European Commission’s ‘raised ambition’ for energy storage in Electricity Market Design welcomed, with caveats

Initial reaction to the European Commission’s proposal on reforming Electricity Market Design (EMD) from energy storage industry associations and participants has been largely positive. The European Commission (EC) published its proposal yesterday, as reported by our colleagues at PV Tech. According to energy storage industry sources, the final proposal does not deviate greatly from an earlier leaked draft.

European Commission’s ‘raised ambition’ for energy storage in Electricity Market Design welcomed, with caveats

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