Battery packs have to have 30% of their content sourced from the UK or EU at first to trade tariff free as part of the Brexit agreement, and those requirements get stricter starting in 2024. Britain must build up its electric-vehicle battery industry in the coming years or it will lose out to the European […]
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Talk of a “green wave” in European Parliament elections proved exaggerated, but a strong showing for green parties in Germany and France bodes well for renewables. The prospects for renewable energy in Europe were buoyed by a strong showing for green parties in this month’s European Parliament elections, even though they performed below expectations, analysts […]
Last week’s Energy Storage Summit 2019 saw the great and the good of Europe’s energy storage sector gather at London’s Victoria Plaza for two days of discussion, debate and networking. The Energy-Storage.News, Solar Power Portal and Current± editorial teams were present throughout the event, highlighting give key themes that emerged at a crucial time for the storage sector. Deepening […]
A domestic energy storage and smart-energy agenda could help the UK offset volatile energy prices if interconnections suffer under a no-deal scenario, experts have said. “Any potential uncertainty around interconnectors will increase the UK’s need to move, regardless of Brexit, to a smart energy system and energy storage,” Tanisha Beebee, senior policy advisor at the […]