Energy storage firm Powervault has announced a supply partnership with Renault, aimed at reducing the cost of smart home battery units by 30 percent.
The French automaker will supply 50 batteries from electric vehicles, as part of a trial to explore the performance of second life batteries in storage units.
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M&S Energy customers and schools in the South East of England will test the batteries

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