The deployment of energy storage technology within the United States enables the electric power grid to operate with much greater efficiency, flexibility and reliability, and resilience. The Energy Storage Program within the U.S. Department of Energy is focused on the development of advanced battery chemistries, next-generation materials for power electronics, the development of codes and standards, and efforts to assist in the application and evaluation of storage technology in real-world, grid-scale demonstrations. These advancements and lessons-learned though technical demonstrations will be shared by the Department�s energy storage team.
Application of Grid-Scale Energy Storage
Posted: 22 Feb 2018
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