ESI Response to Northern Ireland Energy Strategy – Consultation on Policy Options
The Energy Strategy outlines Northern Ireland’s pathway to a 2050 energy system. Energy storage technologies will play a key role in this transition as highlighted in our response.
ESI Response to EirGrid & SONI’s Shaping our Electricity Future Consultation
The Shaping our Electricity Future Consultation sets out the TSOs’ roadmap for a 70% RES-E power system by 2030.
ESI Response to Climate Action Plan 2021 – Call for Expert Evidence
The Climate Action Plan 2021 is Ireland’s roadmap to deliver an average 7% per annum reduction in overall greenhouse gas emissions from 2021 to 2030 (a 51% reduction over the decade), and to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. We emphasise the role of energy storage in achieving these ambitions.
ESI and IWEA 70by30 ‘Saving Power’ Report
This report, published jointly by Energy Storage Ireland and the Irish Wind Energy Association, shows how a strong electricity grid and new low-carbon technologies are essential to achieving the 70 per cent renewable electricity target by 2030.
Information Paper on the Safety of Grid-Scale Battery Energy Storage Systems
This paper provides information on the characteristics of Grid-Scale Battery Energy Storage Systems and how safety is incorporated into their design, manufacture and operation. It is intended for use by policymakers, local communities, planning authorities, first responders and battery storage project developers.
Our Energy Storage Future
This all-island storage roadmap provides an overview of the role energy storage can have in the safe and reliable operation of a grid with high levels of renewable energy integration and the benefits that energy storage can deliver in terms of consumer savings, reduced carbon emissions and reduced curtailment of renewable energy.
Store, Respond and Save – Cutting two million tonnes of CO2
This report, produced for Energy Storage Ireland by energy market experts Baringa, shows how new zero-carbon technologies can ensure the all-island power grid remains strong and secure while cutting CO2 emissions, driving down costs and reducing curtailment.