December 26, 2019 - Battery storage is one technology that could transform the global energy industry -- and renewables in particular -- in the next decade, writes Ellen Wald. "Our ability to generate power from solar and wind energy has increased over the years, but until we revolutionize battery technology, these improvements will have limited value," she writes.
As the calendar turns, it’s a good time to look at long-term forecasts and possibilities of what might drive the energy industry in the next decade. Just as breakthroughs in hydraulic fracturing, wind power, solar power and natural gas liquefaction drove the energy industry in the first two decades of this century, what could alter the way we produce and consume energy in the 2020’s?
Source: [ Ellen Ward, Forbes ]
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