PODCAST: Solar and energy storage for everyone, sustainability, net metering and long-duration

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Multiple battery gigafactories are coming online. Will they be enough? Image: Britishvolt.

The year has gotten off to a frenetic start, with plenty of news from the global solar and energy storage sectors to digest on the January 2022 episode of the Solar Media Podcast.

Solar Media’s editor-in-chief Liam Stoker, Energy-Storage.news editor Andy Colthorpe and PV Tech senior reporter Jules Scully discuss the need for a major ramp-up in solar energy manufacturing this year, discover what’s driving long-duration energy storage forward, examine the glut of recent financing deals in the clean energy space and take a look at why California’s net metering row has seen involvement from Hollywood actors.

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