Scaling back peak demand

A new study looks into the potential for energy storage to meet peak demand and while more modelling is needed, it just might be viable.

The Alternative Technology Association recently conducted research into the value proposition of stand-alone power systems as an alternative to network augmentation in remote areas of the electricity grid.

In discussing the findings with ATA members, Climate Spectator readers and the broader energy industry, the main questions that people asked us were:

-- How can I utilise energy storage to meet peak demand?

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