Serial entrepreneur Mark Patterson is preparing to launch a "major fundraising exercise" for his new mobile green battery business.
Developers of batteries in the UK have projects on the go that would increase the country’s capacity more than 14 times what it is today.
An Edinburgh-headquartered firm has been given the green light to build one of the world’s largest battery storage projects on the banks of the River Thames.
Japan set an ambitious pledge for becoming carbon neutral by 2050 on Monday, without laying out a clear plan for reaching its target.
As the threat of blackouts continues to plague California, officials are pointing to battery storage as a key to preventing future power shortfalls. But the Golden State is going to need a lot more batteries to weather the next climate-driven crisis—let alone to achieve its goal of a carbon-free grid.
Gresham House Energy Storage Fund has partnered with Edinburgh-based Flexitricity to optimise their 50MW / 75MWh Thurcroft battery storage site.
French oil and gas giant Total is to build a £13 million battery-based storage project for the development of renewable energy in France.
The company behind a disputed hydro scheme on the banks of Loch Ness will map out its plans for a £15 million energy storage project near Kintore later this month.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has come under fire from the Renewable Energy Association (REA) for a lacklustre policy in relation to renewable battery power.
Battery Energy Storage Solutions (BESS), a UK operator of large-scale battery storage, has announced a £50million equity investment led by Tiger Infrastructure Partners in New York.
ABB and Northvolt have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for a wide-ranging supply and technology partnership, including products and services for Northvolt’s state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery factory and close collaboration on development of battery solutions and R&D activities.
Batteries capable of storing power at utility scale will be as widespread in 12 years as rooftop solar panels are now, revolutionising the way consumers use energy.