World’s energy storage capacity forecast to exceed a terawatt-hour by 2030

Cumulative energy storage installations will go beyond the terawatt-hour mark globally before 2030 excluding pumped hydro, with lithium-ion batteries providing most of that capacity, according to new forecasts.

World’s energy storage capacity forecast to exceed a terawatt-hour by 2030

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