Energy storage system
Part of the energy transition is the expansion of renewable energies, which plays a key role in future energy supply. By 2035, 55 to 60 percent of electricity in Germany will come from renewable energy sources. In 2050, the goal is to reach 80 percent.
Wind energy and photovoltaics account for most of the electricity mix. As these fluctuating renewable energies steadily increase, energy storage is becoming increasingly important to electricity supply.
Energy storage systems serve to store excess energy for subsequent use. They are an option for increasing flexibility in electricity supply. Since they are a balance between generation and consumption, they also ensure grid stability.
The intelligent interconnectedness in the energy industry sectors and in the industry provides the opportunity to make the stored excess energy useful for other energy industry sectors (heat and transportation) too.
eMIS develops electric mobility concepts, focusing on interconnecting local public transportation with bidirectional energy storage systems.
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