Optimism about the huge potential of energy storage in the UK is tempered by the hard reality of vested interests and government inaction. The Editor explores the opportunities and challenges ahead.
Britain is a small island. It may have been a small island which once ruled the waves, but now it is just a small island. And, what's more, it's a small island with an energy problem.
The British government is currently undertaking Electricity Market Reform (EMR), a colossal project which will ultimately subsidise just about every form of power generation, be it wind . . .