The Electricity Market Design Revision: Enabling energy storage for a carbon-neutral future
On 7 December 2022, over 200 participants attended webinar on electricity market design revision and joined the discussion on how it can enable energy storage for a carbon-neutral future. Representatives of EASE Policy team presented the latest EASE policy analysis paper "The Electricity Market Design Revision" and shared a list of changes identified to ensure a renewable-based and secure energy system. Speakers from Iberdrola, CellCube, Fluence and Enel X joined to discuss the topic.
How Much Energy Storage Does Europe Need?
On 12 July 2022, over 180 participants attended the webinar on how much energy storage does Europe need. The webinar aimed to discuss the huge role energy storage has to play in the evolving energy system, and shed light on how much energy storage will be needed, building upon our estimates in the recently published EASE review paper ‘Energy Storage Targets 2030 and 2050’.READ MORE
The Role of Energy Storage in the Renovation Wave
On 22 April 2021, over 90 participants attended the webinar on the role of energy storage in the Renovation Wave. It is a strategy that aims to increase energy efficiency in buildings through renovations and innovative solutions.READ MORE
The Batteries of the Future: Actions to Take Today
On 9 February 2021, EASE and Batteries Europe welcomed more than 200 participants to discuss the future of batteries, the challenges currently faced by battery manufacturers, and possible solutions to foster the EU leadership in the battery storage field.READ MORE
A comprehensive European Approach to Energy Storage
On 9 September 2020, over 200 participants attended an EASE webinar presenting the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee Own-Initiative Report on energy storage. The webinar gave valuable insights into the work behind the report from the perspective of the Members of the European Parliament who led the drafting of the report: Claudia Gamon (rapporteur), Maria Spyraki (shadow-rapporteur), Ville Niinistö (shadow-rapporteur), and Niels Fuglsang (shadow-rapporteur). This was complemented by the European Commission, which presented its vision and policies for energy storage.READ MORE
Energy Storage in Ukraine – Upcoming Regulatory Changes and New Opportunities
On 14 April 2020, EASE organised a joint webinar with UESA – The Ukrainian Energy Storage Association to address the status of energy storage in the country. Ukraine is the biggest country in Europe by area and has one of the oldest, most centralised and inflexible energy systems in Europe.READ MORE
Innovation Fund Technical Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Savings Methodology
On 19 March 2020, EASE organised a technical online workshop on the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions savings methodology for the European Union’s Innovation Fund. EASE and its members believe the proposed methodology can be significantly improved: the formulas must appropriately value energy storage’s contribution to decarbonisation.READ MORE