Growth in Compressed Air Energy Storage - 0 views
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Driven by growing penetration of intermittent renewable energy, increasingly constrained grid conditions, and the need for investments in electricity infrastructure, compressed air energy storage (CAES) – a technology that has been commercially available for more than 30 years – is enjoying a surge of renewed interest.
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Traditional underground compressed air energy storage (CAES), which is one of only two proven long-duration bulk storage technologies, has been commercially available for more than 30 years. While no new CAES plants have been deployed since 1991, project activity and interest in the technology has grown in recent years, and higher-efficiency next-generation CAES technology is also nearing commercialization. According to a new report from Navigant Research, more than 11 gigawatts of CAES capacity will be installed worldwide from 2013 to 2023.
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