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The rapid expansion of renewable energies – above all wind power and photovoltaic – leads to higher quantities of fluctuating electricity in power supply systems. Germany, in particular, has a high share of fluctuating electricity generation. This is causing integration difficulties and is reflected through occasional negative electricity prices. The German government considers energy storage as a solution to this issue and subsidises the development of storage capacity in electric grids withdoi:10.14279/depositonce-9433 fatcat:e6jnbcmlsrhpjcxicdmkafc7ii