Energy Storage Futures, Vol 5, Role and Impact in 2050
- Mar 3, 2022 3:29 pm GMT
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) over the last year released a multi-section study titled “Storage Futures Study,” hereafter SFS. The high-level goal of this is to model energy storage systems’ implementation out to 2050.
SFS section 6 reports the final result of this study, and our Volume 5 is a summary of this section and my final summary-volume for this series.
I started writing the “New NETWORKS” series almost two years ago. Thus, it didn’t surprise me recently when, that there were major developments in negative emissions technology (NET). The first was a subject I wrote about over a year ago:
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