PODCAST: COP26 in retrospect and ‘half a game changer’ for energy storage

By Solar Media Staff
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The renewables sector has now had a few weeks to digest the Glasgow Climate Pact and in this episode of the Solar Media Podcast, brought to you in collaboration with Solar Energy UK, we hear the verdict directly from those who were there at COP26.

Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe also discuss what’s needed to truly move the agreement from rhetoric to action, while there’s further talk around how the energy storage sector continues to shift gear.

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