For most European countries, the grid as we know it — the electrical power transmission network consisting of transmission lines, transformers, substations and much more — was built in the early 20th century. A century later, it is beginning to transform into something much smarter.
Where can energy storage systems (ESS) generate value? How are they used for grid ancillary services such energy arbitrage, frequency regulation, T&D deferral and more. Learn about the different applications of stored energy for grid operators, utilities and end-users.