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B2B Content producer, Self-employed

Paul is a seasoned (basically old) freelance B2B content producer. Through the years, he has written more than 10,000 items (blogs, news stories, white papers, case studies, press releases and...

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Energy companies have found it challenging to store renewable energy. One problem has been these storage devices held energy for two hours or less. Recently, battery design evolved, doubling holding times, according to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). Such solutions are becoming more common, providing utilities with more flexibility in meeting client’s fluctuating energy requirements. 

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Randy Long on Mar 28, 2022

Paul, this has ramifications for the VTG space and utilities' adoption of vehicles to power the distribution system in some areas. Interesting read.

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Thank Paul for the Post!
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