Energy storage using conventional hydropower facilities

As the world transitions towards decarbonizing electricity production, the use of renewables remains an important topic as an integral part of this energy transition. Renewable energy can help decarbonize electricity production but requires other technologies, such as storage, to meet demand reliably. Taking three example, this article demonstrates the value of conventional hydropower reservoirs in acting as ‘hydro batteries’.

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Energy storage using conventional hydropower facilities

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