Researchers in Germany who are working on ways of storing renewable energy say their plans are being hampered by feed-in tariffs.

The subsidies have encouraged thousands of householders to become energy producers by investing in solar and wind power.

But one leading scientist told the BBC that these same tariffs make efforts to store green electricity uneconomic.

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