Current News

11 February 2020

What to Expect in 2020

2020 promises to be another exciting year for the energy storage industry. EASE will continue to support the development and deployment of innovative storage technologies and to advocate for a fair and future-oriented market design.

07 February 2020

EU-Funded Projects: What Are We Up To

The participation of EASE in EU-funded projects is paramount to foster research, innovation, and deployment of different storage technologies. In 2019 EASE was involved in 10 EU-funded projects, and more are on their way in 2020.

04 February 2020

How R&I and EU Funding are Shaping the Storage Sector

There is now widespread agreement that energy storage is a key instrument to support the decarbonisation of our energy system and merits increased R&I funding. R&I can support improvements in performance, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of storage technologies.

31 January 2020

A Year Full of Events to Foster the Debate around Energy Storage

2020 just started and we are happy to look back at what we achieved in 2019 to plan even better meeting and events for 2020. Last year EASE initiated a great deal of activities and events, to increase awareness of the energy storage business case and stimulate the debate on ways to support the widespread deployment of storage across Europe.

29 January 2020

Welcome On Board Samsung SDI

We are pleased to announce that a new member has joined EASE: Samsung SDI. Welcome on board!

28 January 2020

Energy Storage is No Longer the New Kid in the Block

EASE reflected on the main achievements of 2019 and provide a brief overview of what 2020 has in store for the energy storage sector.

16 January 2020

A Cost-Benefit Analysis for Power-to-Gas Solutions

Since 2017, EASE is involved in TSO2020 - Electric "Transmission and Storage Options" Along TEN-E and TEN-T Corridors for 2020. In the framework of the project, EASE has published a Cost-Benefit Analyisis of the use of hydrogen in the transport sector, building up on the processes and results obtained during the demonstration.