Energy storage has a vital role to play in decarbonising the electricity, heating and transport sectors, while addressing the energy trilemma of decarbonisation, energy security and affordability.
A new generation of high energy density technologies is the pathway to realising market expectations.
Meeting the changing energy needs of modern society, while enabling renewable power sources such as wind or solar to displace fossil fuels.
Research into batteries, flywheels and supercapacitors aims to extend the limits of low carbon transport.
Energy storage is one of the “eight great technologies” proposed by the Rt Hon David Hewitt in 2013.