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.
EASE submitted a response to the European Commission Public Consultation on the Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy outlining the need for an EU strategy that appropriately value the role of energy storage in relation to mobility.
EASE submitted a response to the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) public consultation on the statutory documents of a new European body, the EU DSO entity.