Market Studies



How Energy Storage Can Participate in New England’s Wholesale Electricity Markets

This paper outlines the opportunities available to energy storage technologies to be compensated in the wholesale energy markets for providing services needed for a reliable, efficient, and competitive power system. While this paper provides a general overview, it does not contemplate all possible energy storage
Feb 2, 2016
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Global Energy Storage Demand for a 100% Renewable Electricity Supply

This study demonstrates – based on a dynamical simulation of a global, decentralized 100% renewable electricity supply scenario – that a global climate-neutral electricity supply based on the volatile energy sources photovoltaics (PV), wind energy (onshore) and concentrated solar power (CSP) is feasible at decent cost. A central ingredient of this study is a sophisticated model for the hourly electric load demand in >160 countries.

Jan 1, 2014
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Review of energy system flexibility measures to enable high levels of variable renewable electricity

The paper reviews different approaches, technologies, and strategies to manage large-scale schemes of variable renewable electricity such as solar and wind power. We consider both supply and demand side measures. In addition to presenting energy system flexibility measures, their importance to renewable electricity is discussed. The flexibility measures available range from traditional ones such as grid extension or pumped hydro storage to more advanced strategies such as demand side management and demand side linked approaches, e.g.

May 6, 2015
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