Stay up-to-date on the fast-changing energy storage market. The report analyses the European energy storage installed base in the residential, commercial & industrial and front-of-meter sectors.
EASE published a list of 10 points to kick-start energy storage in Europe, translated into all major European languages
EASE supports the European Green Deal and an upward revision of the 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction objectives.
EASE is actively shaping the legal and R&D funding framework for energy storage at EU level. Members gain direct influence in the European decision-making process.
Members benefit from EASE’s expertise and technical know-how, and they can participate in EU-funded research projects. EASE is currently involved in many EU-funded projects.
EASE gathers knowledge, information and data about future market developments that can help the energy storage stakeholders to adapt to the changing business environment.
Featuring in EASE’s publications and events, such as the Energy Storage Global Conference, gives you visibility and the opportunity to strengthen your network among storage experts.
On 19 November 2020, EASE has organised an online Roundtable moderated by journalist Sonja Van Renssen focused on large-scale hydrogen deployment across the EU as part of the TSO2020 project.
We are glad to announce that the Batteries European Partnership Association, which is supported by the EASE, is currently under-creation. The Batteries European Partnership Association is the private side association of the Batteries European Partnership and will gather the European Commission and all the interested stakeholders of the European battery community.
We are pleased to announce that a new member has joined EASE: Wärtsila Finland Oy
On 18 November 2020, EASE General Assembly elected Mr David Post, Head of Energy Storage Solutions at Enel X, to serve as the new EASE President. Mr Post is an expert in business development for renewable, conventional energy and energy storage projects and previously occupied the position of EASE Vice-President and served as head of the association’s Technology and Value Assessment Committee.
EASE President Eva Chamizo Llatas is finishing her term as president after occupying this position since 2018. Ms Chamizo Llotas has contributed greatly to energy storage advocacy thanks to her involvement in EASE leadership.
As the clean energy transition and climate goals are on the top list of policies in the European Union, energy storage is gaining momentum across various initiatives from the European Parliament. EASE is pleased to see that European Parliament considers energy storage as the key enabler for energy transition and has taken many steps to make sure that energy storage will be included in the policies and regulatory framework for the clean energy transition.
EASE submitted a response to the European Commission Public Consultation on the Revision of the Energy Taxation Directive welcoming the revision of the Energy Taxation Directive and identifying a list of recommendations relevant for energy storage sector.
The services to support generation and bulk storage can ensure a vast and clean energy generation from renewable sources and can be divided into seven categories, among which there are energy arbitrage, system electricity supply capacity, support to conventional generation, ancillary services RES support, capacity firming, RES curtailment minimisation and seasonal arbitrage.
EASE put forward recommendations on how the TEN-E Regulation should be significantly revised to better address the challenges and seize the opportunities in light of the European Union’s decarbonisation strategy.
On 9 September 2020, over 200 participants attended an EASE webinar presenting the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee Own-Initiative Report on energy storage. The webinar gave valuable insights into the work behind the report from the perspective of the Members of the European Parliament who led the drafting of the report: Claudia Gamon (rapporteur), Maria Spyraki (shadow-rapporteur), Ville Niinistö (shadow-rapporteur), and Niels Fuglsang (shadow-rapporteur). This was complemented by the European Commission, which presented its vision and policies for energy storage.