Stakeholder demands and regulatory framework for community energy storage with a focus on Germany
Swantje Gährs and
Energy Policy, 2020, vol. 144, issue C
Community energy storage (CES) can provide for a variety of services and offers the possibility of combining individual needs with grid services. Hence, CES has the potential to play an important role in the energy transition, especially for a sustainable urban energy supply. In Germany, however, progress in this field has been slow due to a complex regulatory framework and limited transdisciplinary research.
Keywords: Community energy storage; Digitalization; Energy prosumers; Local energy initiatives; Energy policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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