But it warns there are no guarantees, so it's not out of the woods yet.
All Storage Posts
Harmony Energy has powered up two battery energy storage systems (BESS), including its Little Raith project in Scotland.
EDF Renewables UK has been awarded planning approval for three new battery sites across the UK, amounting to more than 200MW of capacity.
A pioneering project pairing wave energy with battery storage to power subsea equipment off Orkney is to be extended into next year, after a successful four-month trial.
Tata Group has vowed to make one of the “largest ever” investments in the UK motor industry with plans to build a battery factory to provide cells for electric vehicles.
The UK’s transition to renewable energy is well underway and we’re moving at pace towards our net-zero goals.
SSE Thermal is pursuing energy storage projects in a range of ways. Director of business development Hannah Bronwin sits down with Energy Voice editor Ed Reed to drill into some of the opportunities – and challenges.
“Last year, developing economies received only 20% of clean tech investments. These economies represent 70% of the world's population – that's over 5 billion people,” Sultan Al Jaber said.
Highland-based battery firm AMTE fires green subsidy warning shot across UK bows – but is staying in Thurso
Battery company AMTE Power insists it is “committed” to its Thurso base after suggesting it could be tempted to the US to take advantage of President Joe Biden’s green subsidies.
A pair of pioneering projects in Scotland have secured funding as part of the UK government’s latest efforts to test and deploy new technologies to store renewable energy.
Scottish technology developers are working together on an ambitious project linking wave power and energy storage to power vital subsea equipment.
Fears over fire and pollution are being raised by a Highland community as developers plan a large battery project in Easter Ross.
Developer Zenobē hailed a major milestone for the firm and the country as it switched on a new 100MW battery site in Merseyside.
Zola is now operating in 12 countries, which Lenihan described as “enough markets for now”. The current priority is to build up relevance in the countries where it is now.
Scottish developers of innovative energy storage technologies have secured more than £14 million in funding from Westminster to develop key projects which could help store more renewable energy and slash costs.
Zenobe has begun construction on £750 million worth of battery storage projects across Scotland which it says will help save more than £1bn in curtailed offshore wind power.
Energy storage developer Anesco has received planning approval from Aberdeenshire Council to build its first battery storage project in Scotland.
The Green Investment Group (GIG) has announced the creation of a new arm built to house its portfolio of energy storage investments.
Masdar has bought UK-based Arlington Energy for an undisclosed price, with the aim of expanding its presence in the renewables and energy storage market.
Statkraft has announced the signing of two optimisation agreements with Gresham House Energy Storage Fund (GRID), covering two new battery energy storage projects in Scotland.
The low carbon energy revolution has become an unstoppable juggernaut as acceptance grows that the threat of catastrophic global climate change must be brought under control.
Equinor has approved a final investment decision (FID) on the Blandford Road battery storage project in the UK, the first of several UK developments said to be on the cards.
Starsight Energy and SolarAfrica have set out a plan to merge and expand into new areas, particularly Francophone West Africa.
New research has set out how the UK could rapidly accelerate net zero technologies and cut costs in the “critical” years ahead to capture global economic opportunities.
Billionaire Elon Musk has told the ONS conference in Stavanger that “more oil and gas” is needed, at least in the near-term, for a sustainable future.