Call for Endorsement: Energy Storage Targets!
EASE has estimated that the European Union no-regret requirements for energy storage are 200 GW by 2030 and 600 GW by 2050. Current market trajectories for storage will fail to meet these requirements if urgent measures to boost deployment are not taken now. Yet, energy storage is an essential component for enabling renewables integration and establishing a secure, low-emission and affordable energy system.READ MORE
EASE believes that energy storage is an essential enabler of the energy transition and recognises all technologies that support this transition. The #EnergyStorageMadeEasy Campaign aimed to raise awareness on the variety of energy storage technologies available and present in the EASE technology sheets.READ MORE
How to Kick-Start Energy Storage Deployment
EASE members have developed a list of 10 points to kick-start energy storage in Europe, translated into all major European languages. The list reflects the expectations of energy storage stakeholders on the progress that still needs to be made if we want to reach the levels of storage deployment that will be needed to achieve the 2030 and 2050 renewable and decarbonisation targets.READ MORE
There are dozens of storage technologies in R&D and on the market today which can be deployed in different configurations in order to suit a specific location and set of applications. Storage4EU is a collection of innovative and inspiring storage projects supporting the energy transition while ensure a stable, secure, and affordable operation of our electricity grids.READ MORE
EASE Annual Student Award
EASE launched in 2016 the EASE Annual Student Award, a competition aimed at recognising outstanding graduate student research in the field of energy storage.READ MORE