Grace Donnelly of Morning Brew writes on the energy storage landscape.
- Last year there was less than 60 GWh of battery storage in the world.
- While the majority of investments for energy storage are going to lithium ion technology, high material costs are pushing innovators to create alternative solutions.
- One technology that is showing promise are sodium-ion batteries, which require fewer rare earth minerals to produce.
- Other emerging solutions include liquid metal batteries and liquid electrolyte storage.
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