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Energy Storage
Energy storage refers to technologies capable of storing electricity generated at one time for later use. These technologies can store energy in a variety of forms including as electrical, mechanical, electrochemical or thermal energy. Storage is an important resource that can provide system flexibility and better align the supply of variable renewable energy with demand by shifting the timing of energy supply and demand.
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New Resource - Grid-Scale Battery Storage: Frequently Asked Questions
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released a fact sheet titled, "Grid-Scale Battery Storage: Frequently Asked Questions." This fact sheet addresses questions and concerns policymakers and grid system operators may have regarding grid-scale battery energy storage systems.
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New Page - Energy Storage
The Greening the Grid team has published a new page on Grid Integration titled, “Energy Storage.” This page provides basic background on energy storage technologies and the factors that influence their deployment.
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Image Summary of potential energy storage services and required response times and durations
The figure highlights which services can be provided, depending on the location of the storage system, as well as the required response times (left side of the bar) and duration (right side of the bar) for each service.
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