PODCAST: Looking back on a frenetic year in solar and energy storage, looking ahead to 2022

By Liam Stoker
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Advances in lithium battery technology, supply chain challenges and advances in non-lithium energy storage were all among the big topics covered this year. Image: Andy Colthorpe / Solar Media.

With the year drawing to a close, the Solar Media editorial team reflect on what’s proven to be a frenetic 12 months for the global solar PV and energy storage industries, featuring tales of surging growth, supply chain volatility and policy machinations.

Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe also glance forward and make their predictions for 2022.

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A huge thank you to all who have listened or engaged with the podcast in any way this year, and we look forward to returning for another year of the podcast in January!

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