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The new proposal for the reform of the electricity market design is a strong signal for the expansion of storage in Europe and increases the pressure at national level. And rightly so, because Germany will not achieve its expansion targets with the current regulatory framework.
Germany's last nuclear power plants will go off the grid in mid-April, and coal-fired power will also be history by 2030. Even if there are enough wind turbines by then, the power supply could become patchy.
The construction cost subsidy from grid operators is a barrier to building batteries for electricity storage, says Benedikt Deuchert* of Kyon Energy.
Electricity prices and grid frequency, generation and consumption fluctuate. Operators of battery storage systems in the megawatt range are taking advantage of this. An overview.
A new generation of large-scale battery storage in the triple-digit megawatt range is under development - hardly noticed by the public.
With energy storage facilities in Central and Lower Franconia, the "Northern Bavaria Battery Storage Chain" went online today. Several 10,000 households could thus be supplied with electricity for an hour. The project is particularly important for the future.