“Distributed Energy Storage Systems (DESS) is an answer to making energy from wind, solar, and other intermittent renewable sources viable. Whether managed over a national grid or feeding a local microgrid, DESS provides a means of reliable continuous power without having to use backup fossil-fuel-burning electrical power stations.

In the latest Navigant Research study entitled “Country Forecasts for Distributed Energy Storage,” it cites solar and wind power as the primary growth drivers for DESS indicating a twentyfold increase in usage in 26 countries by 2028. Ricardo F. Rodriguez, one of Navigant’s research analysts argues that DESS represents flexibility in energy generation infrastructure deployment and “limits the need for peak capacity resources.” …”

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