Energy storage

Stabilising the energy system against fluctuating imbalances between supply and demand requires the ability to store energy generated by wind, solar and other renewables for later use

Stabilising the energy system against fluctuating imbalances between supply and demand requires the ability to store energy generated by wind, solar and other renewables for later use. Currently, it is difficult to store energy at the necessary scale without a significant loss, and not one storage technology will do the job alone. In Denmark, integrating energy systems across gas, electricity, thermal energy and transportation, as well as increased electrification of the energy sector, serve as multiple, local storage capacities e.g. by converting power to gas or using electric vehicles. Both in Denmark and abroad, much research focuses on chemical energy storage, batteries and thermal energy storage.

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