May 2019 / Campaigns
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.
May 2016 / Activity Reports
EASE Activity Report 2015
2015 was another exciting and successful year for EASE. The European energy system is advancing towards an energy future based on clean, variable and renewable power generation, smarter and more reliable networks, empowered consumers, and competitive, interdependent European energy markets. However, achieving the full potential of Energy Storage is crucial in order to successfully transition to the energy system of the future.
One of EASE’s primary objectives is to foster the creation of a fair market design which adequately remunerates rendered services and allows for a natural market uptake of storage-based solutions. To ensure that both policy and industry recognise and enable the benefits of Energy Storage to flourish to the fullest extent, we need to provide a clear policy framework and to tear down the barriers to Energy Storage. This is why EASE strives to clarify the role of Energy Storage in our energy system and continues to raise awareness of its potential and value.