Facilitating the deployment of large-scale, long-duration electricity storage: a call for evidence

Closes 28 Sep 2021

Opened 20 Jul 2021

Overview

Large-scale and long-duration electricity storage could provide an important role in decarbonising our energy system, for example by storing renewable power and discharging it over periods of low wind. However, there is evidence that it faces market challenges that mean it may struggle to deploy at scale.

This call for evidence seeks to gather information to help us understand in more detail the barriers within the current market, how these might be addressed, and to map out risks that may be associated with potential interventions to support large-scale and long-duration electricity storage to deploy.

Read the call for evidence document on GOV.UK.

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