Three UK universities awarded £3.7m to research energy storage

The University of Warwick leads a consortium of three UK universities recently awarded funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to continue their research in energy storage. The project is entitled ‘Integrated Market-fit and Affordable Grid-scale Energy Storage (IMAGES)’ and will be led by Professor Jihong Wang from the University of Warwick and co-directed by the Universities of Nottingham and Loughborough. The five-year research programme will focus on the challenging technical and economic issues faced by integrating large grid scale energy storage with the energy network.

EPSRC grant EP/K002228/1.

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