Battery Storage

Battery storage refers to the use of batteries or other energy storage technologies to store electricity generated from renewable or traditional sources for later use. This enables the integration of intermittent renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, into the electrical grid, by providing a means to store excess energy when it is produced and release it when it is needed.
Battery storage systems can range in size from small-scale residential systems to large-scale utility systems, and can be used for a variety of applications, including backup power, peak shaving, load leveling, and frequency regulation.
Battery storage is an important component of a modern, flexible and reliable electrical grid.

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