CMS launches e-guide on energy storage

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Energy storage offers a range of opportunities for standalone developers, generators, network operators and consumers (ranging from large energy users through to domestic consumers) and other electricity sector participants and is an increasing focus due to the array of benefits the various technologies can provide.
 
The CMS Energy team has prepared an e-guide on energy storage, which covers 22 jurisdictions across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
 
The guide covers the storage sector’s development, and the legal and regulatory environment to consider in the deployment of energy storage projects in each jurisdiction.
 
Our guide is an electronic format, making it easily accessible. You can also download a PDF version of the entire guide or individual chapters to view offline.
 
You can access the guide here.  

Please feel free to direct any questions you may have to us or directly to any of the guide’s authors.

Austria
Johannes Trenkwalder, Florian Kromer
Belgium
Ivan-Serge Brouhns 
Bulgaria
Kostadin Sirleshtov, Borislava Piperkova
China
Andrzej Blach, Vera Zhang
Czech Republic
Lukáš JaníčekRadim Kotlaba
Germany
Dorothee JanzenAgnes Wippich
Hungary
Peter SimonTamara Turzo
Italy
Matteo Ciminelli, Pietro Cavasola
Mexico
Derek WoodhouseLuis Fernández Lagunas
Morocco
Marc VeuillotNéna Lardy
The Netherlands
Cecilia van der WeijdenDominique van Voorst tot Voorst
Poland
Piotr Ciolkowski 
Portugal
Mónica Pacheco 
Romania
Loredana Mihailescu 
Russia
Jean-Francois Marquaire, Paul Miasnikof
Serbia
Radivoje PetrikicDjordje Popović
Slovakia
Jana TogelovaMichal Huťan
Slovenia
Tomaž PetrovičMatevž Klobučar
Spain
Jaime AlmenarCarlos Tallón
Switzerland
Alain Raemy 
Ukraine
Vitaliy Radchenko 
UK
Munir HassanLouise Dalton