As solar becomes cheaper and cheaper, battery technology switches farming onto the possibilities of energy dependence, according to the NUS chief renewable energy adviser, Jonathan Scurlock, as reported by Fruitnet.com.
With renewables including wind and solar becoming cheaper, and with the expansion in popularity of biogas, “Battery technology completes the picture”, according to Scurlock, who expects battery usage in agriculture to become widespread. With renewables now being major players in the energy market, 2017 saw the UK’s first non-coal electricity day since the 1880’s, and this year also experienced offshore wind dropping to prices lower than new 35 year nuclear energy contracts.
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