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Energy Storage, Chinwag Podcast

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This item is part of the Special Issue - 07/2020 - Energy Storage, click here for more

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Energy Storage

We've mentioned energy storage a lot in passing in our previous podcasts, so it seemed like high time for Dr Massey and I to chinwag specifically about this increasingly important subject. What is it being used for? Is it all about batteries or are there other technologies we should keep an eye on? What are some of the issues and market-specific variables that make energy storage such a diverse landscape? This and more in another 45 minutes of wide-ranging energy chat!

 

 

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Matt Chester on Jun 25, 2020

Charley-- would love to see your and Dr. Massey's thoughts on energy storage included as a submission to the upcoming special issue on Energy Storage! Details here: https://energycentral.com/c/em/charging-ahead-future-energy-storage-call-articles-energy-central-community-our

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Thank Charley for the Post!

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