Uncertainty slowing storage growth

The European market for energy storage is slowing, and this was before COVID-19. The figures were revealed in the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) and consultants Delta-EE in their fourth edition of the European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES).

The European market grew by a total of 1GWh in 2019, a slow-down compared to 2018. Patrick Clerens, EASE secretary general said, “The message is clear: even if energy storage is a key enabler of the energy transition and clearly seen as a major tool to achieve the emissions targets linked to the Paris agreement, more support is needed.”

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