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Predicting the next decade: A space odyssey 

From lithium-ion batteries to solar power stations in space, the race is on to find efficient storage space solutions for renewable energy.
London at strom

A sovereign lacking power

The UK’s recent power cut should not be viewed as a rare incident, but as a wake-up call to address weak points in its energy system.
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‘We try to be open-minded about new tech’: MIRA’s head of innovation

Peter Durante talks to Infrastructure Investor about his role and how the fund manager thinks about technology.

SUSI partners with Macquarie in first US energy storage deal

The Swiss firm funds transaction through €252m energy storage vehicle and says it will look for further opportunities in one of the sector’s ‘most mature’ markets.

Australia’s NEG not dead as Labor opposition revives policy

Opposition leader Bill Shorten has promised to pursue a ‘bipartisan market mechanism’ such as the National Energy Guarantee if his party wins power in 2019.

European Court of Justice delivers ‘very damaging’ verdict for UK storage projects

The nation’s capacity market auctions have been ruled illegal state aid, throwing several gas and battery storage projects into doubt.

VIDEO: ‘Energy storage bankability is still not where we’d like it to be’

Alex O'Cinneide, CEO of Gore Street Capital Partners, argues lenders need to get comfortable with storage’s short-term nature and highlights the best markets in Asia.

HK Summit: ‘Energy storage is the next big opportunity’

A sharp drop in battery costs and the nascent sector’s ability to solve renewables’ intermittency issues could create a $1.2trn investment opportunity over the next two decades, according to a panel at the Infrastructure Investor Summit.

Gresham House targets $129m storage fund deployment in six months

The UK fund manager could come back to market next year to raise further funds after falling short of its $257m target.

Major listed Australian wind farm operator set to go private

Infratil and Mercury launched a joint bid to take 100% ownership of Tilt Renewables, which holds 11% of Australia’s installed wind capacity.
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