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- Feb 17, 2023 11:29 am GMT
From FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, Energy Enablers is a podcast in which we speak to those who are making a difference in the race to a decarbonised economy.
The energy transition will require a significant scale-up of storage capacity to help deal with both the increasing levels of variable clean energy generation and an ever-growing level of flexible demand.
Balance these two moveable feasts will require agile and rapid response battery solutions as well as long-term, seasonal storage—a barrier that has yet to be fully overcome.
In this episode of Energy Enablers, David is joined by Johan Söderbom, Thematic Leader Smartgrid and Storage at EIT InnoEnergy. They discuss how the rise of storage capacity will be made easier with other demand-side technologies helping to reduce demand.
The Energy Enablers podcast, a regular series from FORESIGHT Climate & Energy, speaks to those who are making a difference in the race to a decarbonised economy.
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