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The Smarter Network Storage project developed by UK Power Networks is trialling the role that storage can play in enabling a low-carbon, decentralised power system and in reducing costs by matching supply more closely with demand.
The £18.7m project, supported by Ofgem’s Low Carbon Networks Fund, is based around a 6MW battery at Leighton Buzzard which is one of the largest of its kind in Europe.