February 2019 / Policy Papers
EASE published a position paper explaining the crucial role of stationary energy storage in enabling a rapid and effective transition to a decarbonised transport sector. It calls on policymakers and other stakeholders to address the barriers that hamper the uptake of storage and to enable relevant use cases.
March 2019 / Activity Reports
EASE Activity Report 2018
2018 was another incredibly productive and exciting year for EASE. Energy storage deployment has continued to accelerate at an astonishing pace across Europe. As our Storage4EU campaign demonstrated, storage is not a promising technology for the future – it is a proven technology that is already being deployed at scale in diverse configurations around the world. The technological developments and innovative approaches in the storage sector show no signs of stopping anytime soon.
Energy storage has clearly come a very long way from being the ‘new kid on the block’. Still, we have a very long way to go before storage can achieve its full market potential. In terms of technical innovation, energy market design, and regulation for energy storage, there is still much progress to be made. EASE, with the support of its members, will continue to drive progress by advocating on behalf of the European energy storage sector.