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Relative Value of Short-, Mid-, and Long-Duration Storage Technologies in Reliable Wind and Solar Electricity Systems
Carbon emission policies around the world call for the transition of electricity generation to renewable resources, primarily solar and wind. However, solar and wind are intermittent by nature, motivating energy storage to match electricity supply and demand. Short-duration storage can smooth sharp peaks in generation by charging and discharging daily, and long-duration storage can accommodate seasonal variation in generation by storing vast amounts of energy over seasons and even years. Here,doi:10.5281/zenodo.7246391 fatcat:jxg55bbfyvh3zo4nz6wlkxlghe