Energy Storage Market Charges Ahead

By John Gartner on July 13, 2009

As energy shifts to become more distributed and with a greater emphasis on intermittent renewable resources, the need for temporary storage will expand significantly. Distributed storage increases energy efficiency by eliminating transmission losses, and wind and solar power require temporary storage to counteract the daily peaks and valleys in demand.

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