Policy Papers

May 2019

Open Letter Addressing Energy Storage in the National Energy and Climate Plans

Developing a clear strategy to support the development and deployment of storage technologies is essential in order for Member States to achieve their decarbonisation targets for 2030 and beyond. EASE would like to support the drafting of ambitious yet achievable plans that can have a true impact on the energy sector.

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April 2019

Maximising Social Welfare of Energy Storage Facilities through Multi-Service Business Cases

EASE published a position paper explaining the multi-service business case approach whereby multiple stakeholders are together involved in the ownership, development, management, and/or operation of an energy storage facility in order to maximise its social welfare by fully deploying all services storage can deliver.

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March 2019

European Investment Bank’s Energy Lending Policy

EASE submitted a response to the European Investment Bank’s Public Consultation on the EIB Energy Lending Policy. The consultation examines how future EIB backed investment can reduce energy consumption through energy efficiency, better support renewable power generation, improve financial and advisory backing for energy innovation and secure infrastructure essential for energy transition.

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February 2019

Energy Storage: A Key Enabler for the Decarbonisation of the Transport Sector

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.

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January 2019

European Commission's Delegated Regulation Establishing the Innovation Fund

EASE submitted a response to the European Commission's Public Consultation on the "European Commission's Delegated Regulation establishing the Innovation Fund". Given the importance of the funding that could be available to energy storage projects in the future, EASE drafted a reply to the public consultation.

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October 2018

Strategy for Long-Term EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions

EASE submitted a response to the European Commission's Public Consultation on the Strategy for Long-Term EU Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions. Our members are fully supportive of the EU’s efforts to achieve a low-carbon economy, and we support ambitious greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.

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October 2018

EASE Solar+Storage Position Paper

EASE published a position paper on unlocking the value of solar + storage systems at the customer level, a fundamental step to facilitate the widespread introduction of variable renewables at lowest costs for the society. EASE calls for policymakers to incentivise active consumers to employ their solar + storage devices in a way that contributes to the optimal, cost-effective operation of the grid.

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