Romania’s Energy Storage: Assessment of Potential and Regulatory Framework
The project attempts to assess the current technical potential, regulatory framework, and estimated investment needs for commercially mature energy storage facilities in Romania, while also analysing the potential of different storage technologies, considering the domestic context.
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Romania’s Energy Storage: Assessment of Potential and Regulatory Framework (December 2020)
Storage technologies can make a decisive contribution to improving the grid flexibility as they offer unique functions, such as the possibility of decoupling electricity production from the time of consumption, as well as add virtually instantaneous frequency stabilisation response under conditions of a decreasing number of spinning generators, which provide system inertia