With the steady expansion of renewable energies, the demands on the transmission and distribution grids are increasing. Longer transmission routes lead to higher costs for the necessary grid expansion.
Renewable energy sources such as wind and solar also place higher demands on all parties involved to keep the electricity grids stable, i.e. to avoid overloads as well as power outages.
Battery storage supports the grid
We see decentralised electricity storage as the fourth pillar of energy supply in the age of renewable energies, alongside the three familiar ones — generation, transport and consumption. Battery storage contributes significantly to the stabilisation of the electricity grids, as it can flexibly balance loads and thus make or keep the electricity grid controllable.
Battery storage reduces grid costs
At the same time, battery storage systems contribute to reducing grid costs, because they can be used locally and replace grid capacities when they are deployed over a wide area. They thus make an important contribution to the security of supply of all electricity consumers.
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