Batteries could unleash a revolution for electricity companies and authorities

Within a few years, energy companies and authorities could find themselves in an entirely new reality which will drastically shift the power dynamic between electricity manufacturers and consumers, says a global analyst firm.

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INTERVIEW: The new storage systems for electricity which are increasingly found attached to wind farms, in private homes, and at solar panels may not look like much, but inside they carry revolutionary potential.

This is the forecast from the global advisory and certification firm DNV GL Energy, which is increasingly working on certification of new battery technologies and advising energy companies in both Denmark and abroad regarding the new technology. 

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