Energy storage systems, essential for balancing dynamic sources and loads across electric power grids worldwide, can address renewable energy intermittency and integration, manage larger and less predictable peak demands from electric vehicles and other loads, and enable secure microgrids. Community Energy Storage, in particular, and substation-scale batteries, have a key role to play.
Substation-Scale and Community Energy Storage
Posted: 13 Jan 2013
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