Reports on Energy Storage
The European Commissions Joint Research Centre has published studies of other countries, such as USA and Germany in the paper “Assessing Storage Value in Electricity Markets”.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 2014: “”
The International Energy Agency report 2014
HM Government 2013: Statement on 8 great technologies
The joint EASE / EERA , 2013 reiterates the common view that the value of energy storage can only be grasped if one considers its systemic nature. This ducument includes analysis of the EU’s ”SETIS roadmap.
Imperial College prepared for a report for the Carbon Trust in 2012 “Strategic Assessment of the Role and Value of Energy Storage Systems in the UK", Low Carbon Energy Future which explores many scenarios for storage between 2020 and 2050.
The Centre for Low Carbon Futures, 2012 recommended “examining reforms to the current regulatory and market structures that can address market failures and investigating whether any more targeted forms of support would be justified to remove barriers to the deployment of both electricity and heat storage”.
The French Environment and Energy Management Agency 2012 produced a “Strategic Roadmap for Energy Storage Systems”setting out the national and international context and challenges.
The UK’s Energy Research Partnership, 2011 recommended that “Electricity Market Reform and regulatory approaches must recognize the potential benefits of increased energy storage explicitly”.
Low Carbon Innovation Co-ordination Groupreport
Centre for Low Carbon Futures : Pathways to energy storage in the UK:report published 27 March 2012
Energy Research Partnership; report published 30 June 2011
Energy Storage Systems Cost Update: Sandia National Laboratories Report published October 2011