Energy storage can contribute to the smart grid by facilitating integration of renewable sources and provision of important ancillary services. At the same time, energy storage cannot really be exploited to its fullest potential without a smart grid infrastructure capable of managing bidirectional energy flows. Because of that reciprocal relationship, energy storage and the smart grid represent an indispensable synergy.
Storage: An Indispensable Ingredient in Future Energy
Posted: 12 Jul 2012
Authors:Francesco A. Amoroso and Gregorio Cappuccino
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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