Solar & Storage Live day two wrap-up

Liam Stoker takes a look at day two of Solar & Storage Live, where the talk has been very much on the increasingly competitive energy storage market.

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S&SL: Raw material prices and currency fluctuations impacting storage market

Battery vendors are being hit by a combination of rising prices for raw materials and continuing currency uncertainty, resulting in rapidly changing costs for businesses according to Easystart.

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S&SL: Growatt building storage installer base as it looks to drive UK market maturity

Chinese energy manufacturer Growatt is building up a base of accredited storage installers in the UK.

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S&SL: UK solar defies the deployment figures as market primes for rebound

The UK solar industry has defied a period of low deployment in the UK and turned out in force at the Solar & Storage Live exhibition in Birmingham.

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Solar & Storage Live day one wrap-up

As the opening day of Solar & Storage Live draws to a close, Liam Stoker recaps what we’ve seen and looks ahead to an exciting second day.

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S&SL: Download Solar & Storage Today, volume one

lar & Storage Today, the daily newspaper which runs parallell to Solar & Storage Live, is now available to download.

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S&SL: Energy storage the ‘great hope’ for the clean energy sector

Energy storage could be considered the “great hope” for the renewable energy industry in Britain, according to the head of policy at the Renewable Energy Association (REA).

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S&SL: NEC signs maiden UK distributed energy storage partner

NEC Energy Solutions has announced Dale Power Solutions as its first qualified UK partner for the manufacturer’s distributed storage solution.

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Solar & Storage Live opens its doors TODAY

Solar & Storage Live opened its doors earlier this morning at Birmingham’s NEC, with nearly 4,000 industry professionals expected to pack the show floor.

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Utilities cannot realise clean energy transition alone, innogy chief insists

Utilities cannot power the clean energy transition alone and must be open to partnering with other sectors, particularly the automotive and IT industries, if they are to evolve.

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Drax hits back, insists biomass is the ‘only reliable, flexible’ at-scale renewable

Drax Power has hit back at a report which questioned the economic case for biomass, insisting the technology was the “only reliable, flexible” renewable that can be deployed at scale in the UK.

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