Regulation and market design barriers preventing to capture all the value from Fast and high-Location-freedom Energy Storage (FLES)
In this webinar we will present the results of a collaborative work realized within WG C5.25. This work aims at identifying regulation and market design barriers preventing to fully capture the value from “new” energy storage technologies, which are faster and have higher-location-freedom than conventional power generation assets. The method we follow start with a theoretical analysis of potential value streams and barriers. Then, a list of current barriers for 14 countries is drawn by different members of the WG. Overall, analysis of this practical inventory leads to four main recommendations on how to enable the full potential from « new » energy storage technologies.
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