NGK Insulators prices are going up, just as new entrants are starting to appear

Bulk energy storage systems that allow utilities to store MWh – or even tens of MWh – of electricity have been a hot topic of late, and Japan's NGK Insulators currently dominates the market with its sodium-sulfur molten-salt batteries. NGK has been churning out customer announcements recently, havin...

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