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The demand for energy storage in China has exploded. Why is battery energy storage pursued by capital?

The demand for energy storage in China has exploded. Why is battery energy storage pursued by capital?


It is the general trend to vigorously develop a new energy industry. At present, driven by the national strategic goals of "carbon peak" and "carbon neutrality", the development of the domestic new energy industry is expected to be further advanced in the future. The realization of the goal of carbon neutrality requires the large-scale construction of wind power, photovoltaic and other new energy sources. However, the instability and intermittently of new energy generation have raised the requirements of the power grid in terms of transmission and distribution capacity, power frequency fluctuation control and other aspects. Effective operation requires the support of new power systems, which are undergoing the change from "source-net-charge" to "source-net-charge-storage".

Energy storage is expected to become the fourth fundamental element of new power systems. On the power side of the new power system, the synchronous generator will be changed to photovoltaic, wind power and other renewable energy; On the transmission and distribution side, the unidirectional power supply has been transformed into UHV DC and bidirectional transmission and distribution systems. On the power side, the single power consumption is transformed into composite multi-level power consumption. Energy storage equipment runs through the three links of power generation, transmission and distribution, and electricity consumption in the transformation of new power systems, which will usher in rapid development opportunities. In recent years, "energy" has played an important role behind several major power games in the world. As the energy crisis caused by geopolitical conflicts intensifies, coupled with the gradual onset of winter in the northern hemisphere, the relevant "winter" laws issued by European countries are not short of tough measures to restrict residents' electricity and heating conditions in winter.

The Swiss government, for example, is considering requiring residents to keep their winter homes heated to no more than 19 degrees, with fines and three years in prison for violations. The move follows similar measures in Spain and Germany, which not only limit room temperatures to 27 degrees Celsius in summer and 19 degrees Celsius in winter but also require shop Windows and public buildings to turn off lights when empty at night.

Undoubtedly, in the aspect of energy management, "reducing expenditure" can help people develop living habits and production mode of rational use of resources, but its practical effect is a drop in the bucket. "Open source" is the key to solving the energy crisis. In particular, the development and utilization of new energy have made great progress when countries are vigorously promoting "carbon neutrality and carbon peak".