PODCAST: Discussing long-duration energy storage, floating solar, the UK’s grid goes green

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A 102MW floating PV project in a coal mine subsidence area of China’s Anhui Province. Image: Sungrow Floating.

The April 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, is now available to stream, featuring lessons from Asia on how to push floating solar forward.

Liam Stoker, Andy Colthorpe and Jules Scully also discuss the continued rise of long-duration energy storage, as technology and policy evolve to meet growing demand for greater grid flexibility, and there’s talk of both solar curtailment in Vietnam and Great Britain’s great green grid.

The podcast can be streamed below:

Alternatively, you can subscribe and listen to the podcast on the Solar Media Editor’s Channel, which is now on all popular audio channels, including;

Apple Podcasts
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This episode of the Solar Media Podcast is brought to you by Honeywell.

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