September 2021 / Policy Papers
EASE has provided a response to ENTSO-E Public Consultation on the All Continental Europe TSO’s proposal to determine a minimum activation time period required for limited energy reservoirs to remain available during alert state in accordance with Article 156(11) of the SO GL. Although several flaws in the methodology have been detected, EASE has suggested reasessment of the methodology to enhance the proposal.
November 2021 / Campaigns
EASE believes that energy storage is an essential enabler of the energy transition and recognizes all technologies that support this transition. #EnergyStorageMadeEasy Campaign aims to raise awareness on the variety of energy storage technologies available and present in the EASE technologies sheets.
The Association's members represent different roles of the energy storage sector and they ultimately work together to support different energy storage solution development and deployment across the EU in order to provide flexibility in different locations and at different timescales. It is important to recognise that different energy storage systems consider different technological possibilities, which EASE organises in 5 energy storage classes:
Over the period of five weeks, variety of information on all technology groups was shared with the public audience through EASE Twitter and LinkedIn platforms. By sharing different information materials, videos, images and articles on technology groups, #EnergyStorageMadeEasy campaign successfully interacted with EASE followers and reached new audiences of the social media platforms.