Two Years after the Adoption of the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package: What Progress has been Made for Storage?
The Clean Energy for All Europeans Package (CEP), finalised in June 2019, made history as the biggest ever package of EU energy legislation to date. The CEP promised to transform the EU energy market design, updating key provisions to pave the way for more renewables and flexibility in the system and to empower consumers to play an active role.READ MORE
Easying the Integration of Renewables in Greece: Discover the Work of Piritium SA
Piritium SA is permitting additional energy storage installations in order to be ready to support, in the most efficient way, the forthcoming energy transition in Greece once the new regulatory framework is in place. Discover more about the work of the newest member of the association.READ MORE
EU-funded project HEROES kicked off in May 2021
The EU-funded project “Hybrid EneRgy stOragE Stations” (HEROES) has officially kicked off on 1st May 2021. HEROES aims at supporting the increased uptake of electric vehicles in Europe, thanks to the development and implementation of more efficient charging stations.READ MORE
Increase System Efficiency Through Demand-Side Flexibility of End-Users
EASE, together with 16 European business organisations, calls Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President for the European Green Deal, and Kadri Simson, Energy Commissioner, to increase system efficiency through the activation of the demand-side flexibility of end-users in the Fit for 55 Package.READ MORE
EU Funding Explained: A Webinar Series to Help you Navigate the World of EU Funding
EASE is launching its members-only webinar series to help you navigate the complex world of EU funding!
Over the course of five webinars, the EASE Secretariat, in collaboration with CLERENS, will present the different EU funding programmes with a focus on opportunities for the energy storage sector.READ MORE
Interview with David Post: Expectations and Projects of the new EASE President
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.READ MORE
What does the Future of Batteries Look Like?
The declining costs of batteries have greatly fostered battery uptake and the EU initiatives in the field had positive effects on strengthening the value chain. The industry has received incentives to foster batteries and the opportunity to shape the industry’s R&I&D for the years to come. The new Battery Regulation Proposal has the potential to dramatically change the batteries’ business case – especially in the context of e.g. second-life batteries. Much of the focus of the new, proposed norms revolve around sustainability and circular economy.READ MORE