Facilitating energy storage to allow high penetration
stoRE will deal with the non-technological barriers to energy storage, creating the right regulatory and market conditions that will give incentives for the development of energy storage infrastructure to the extent necessary for the accommodation of the planned renewable energy installations to the electricity grid.
A consensus among all key actors will be reached about the necessary adaptation of the European Energy framework and policies, developing concrete recommendations and plan their implementation. Similar work will be done in the six target countries (Germany, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Denmark and Austria), leading to improvements of the policies, legislation and market mechanisms.
The possible positive and negative impacts of the different energy storage options on the environment will be also assessed and the considerations of the relevant actors will be taken into account. Finally, consultation processes, policy debates and communication activities will ensure that the project is open to all key actors and target groups, with results representing the whole energy sector and the society.
21st EU BC&E
Bella Center - Copenhagen, Denmark
3-7 June 2013
3-6 June 2013
Building Solar China (Guangzhou)
China Import and Export Fair Complex, Guangzhou, China
9-10 June 2013
9-12 June 2013
28th EU PVSEC
Parc des Expositions
Paris Nord Villepinte
30 Sep - 04 Oct 2013
01 Oct - 03 Oct 2012