During his keynote address at the first day of the Energy Storage Summit USA event, upcoming Charge speaker Dr Imre Gyuk discussed the business case for a range of long-duration storage technologies needs to be addressed to help the US reach its decarbonisation targets.
In an article featured on Energy Storage News, Gyuk was quoted saying “these technologies must also be developed sustainably, in support of a circular economy, with their manufacture taking place in various markets around the world.”
Gyuk concluded his keynote with a call for the manufacture of long-duration energy storage technologies to take place in markets globally: “We cannot have a situation where particular countries essentially control all the manufacturing of energy storage devices and other countries just buy them,” he said. “We need to develop domestic manufacturing in the US, but in other countries as well.”
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