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  • In US, Johnson Matthey are exploring future battery technology, balancing the content of the stabilising nickel with another rare and expensive material such as cobalt, or cheaper manganese and aluminium, in order to provide high energy density with rapid and numerous charging cycles. These cathode ...

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  • In Australia, the University of Macquarie has investigated the usage of car parks with a view to utilising vehicle batteries as a means of energy storage on a Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) basis in the future. Transport uses an estimated 30% of energy. The Nissan Leaf and Tesla cars are 40 kW h and 100 kW h...

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  • "In January 2019 we [BEIS} held a consultation on the treatment of electricity storage within the planning system.Based on the responses and evidence received, we are now running a follow up consultation on proposals to carve out electricity storage, except pumped hydro, from the Nationally Signific...

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  • "The Progress Update to the Smart Systems and Flexibility Plan, published in October 2018, stated that we would consult on the treatment of electricity storage within the planning system.This consultation considers and seeks views on the following proposals:to retain the 50MW Nationally Significant ...

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  • Britain could be in line for a new North Sea bonanza following research which reveals its suitability to store billions of tons of waste carbon dioxide. Rock formations beneath the sea bed have enough room to store up to 300 years worth of emissions from northern Europes power stations.

  • Consultation that seeks views on aspects of Capacity Market policy design and the next steps for transitional arrangements.Consultation outcome published 19 January 2015

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  • Distributed power generation with storage 'at home' or in business could assist the growth of renewables in the energy mix, but obstacles remain. Robert Stokes reports.Coming soon

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    • Record type: Article

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