Energy group Engie and the Macquarie Group are investing 3m pounds in UK-based company Connected Energy that is known for its stationary energy storage system E-STOR.
In August 2017, Renault and Connected Energy installed charge points that give used batteries a second life. Fuelled by solar or wind power, the E-STOR system allows old EV batteries to become useful again as stationery energy storage. Once stored, the renewable energy then feeds Renault’s EVs.
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