February 2017 / Activity Reports
EASE Activity Report 2016
Storage has made an indelible mark on the energy sector and is finally being recognised as a key contributor to the EU’s decarbonisation efforts. EASE strives to ensure that energy storage can reach its full potential in terms of supporting the cost-effective integration of variable renewables into the system, building a safe and reliable energy system, and ensuring the active participation of consumers.
Guided by this vision, EASE worked on many different fronts to share information on the role and value of energy storage, achieve a fair market design, and to support energy storage research, development, and deployment.