Energy storage can contribute to Energy Union goals such as decarbonisation, energy security, energy market integration and increased competitiveness. But its deployment is hindered by existing regulations that do not provide a level playing field. This article is based on a report ‘Energy storage, which market designs and regulatory incentives are needed?’ written by SQ Consult, in cooperation with Fraunhofer ISI and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, for the European Parliament, ITRE Committee, supporting Committee discussions on the Energy Union. Read the SQ Consult newsletter.
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