Does China's battery manufacturing capacity threaten your strategy in grid storage?

It may seem shocking that China, with large manufacturing capacity for relatively low-cost lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries, comprises only 1% of the global installed megawatts of emerging grid storage capacity according to the recently published Lux Research Grid Storage Tracker. While the North...

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