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The advent of electricity storage going commercially mainstream is getting closer

We do tend to harp on a lot about the way efficient battery storage is going to change our lives. Well, the advent of electricity storage at the point at which it goes commercially mainstream - $100/kWh - is getting closer. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reports in The Telegraph the huge advances being made in storage capacity and cost.

You can read the full story here.

Why will this be life changing? Well, factories, warehouses, schools and even houses become their own power stations. We’ll have no need for Hinkley C type money pits. All cars, trucks and buses will be electric which gives us quieter, more peaceful cities where the air is clean. We’ll not be vulnerable to oil shocks or threats to gas supplies imported from Qatar. The billions of pounds the UK spends on importing energy sources will stay in the UK. 

If you want to talk about using your business’s roof space to generate your own electricity, we’re ready to talk

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