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DOE Office of Electricity (DOE OE) Publications

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2014-12DOE OE Safety Strategic Plan

Abstract: Energy storage is emerging as an integral component to a resilient and efficient grid through a diverse array of potential application. The evolution of the grid that is currently underway will result in a greater need for services best provided by energy storage, including energy management, backup power, load leveling, frequency regulation, voltage support, and grid stabilization. The increase in demand for specialized services will further drive energy storage research to produce systems with greater efficiency at a lower cost, which will lead to an influx of energy storage deployment across the country. To enable the success of these increased deployments of a wide variety of storage technologies, safety must be instilled within the energy storage community at every level and in a way that meets the need of every stakeholder.

Hearne, S. (SNL),


Ferreira, S. (SNL),
Smith, M. (SNL),
Akhil, A. (SNL),
Spinney, A. (SNL),
Kannberg, L. (PNNL),
Sprenkle, V. (PNNL),
Conover, D. (PNNL),
Paiss, M. (International Association of Fire Fighters),
Stosser, M. (Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP),
Fleishman, R. (Morrison & Foerster LLP),
Gyuk, I. (OE),

2013-12DOE OE Grid Energy Storage Report

Abstract: Advances to the electric grid must maintain a robust and resilient electricity delivery system, and energy storage can play a significant role in meeting these challenges by improving the operating capabilities of the grid, lowering cost and ensuring high reliability, as well as deferring and reducing infrastructure investments. Finally, energy storage can be instrumental for emergency preparedness because of its ability to provide backup power as well as grid stabilization services.

Gyuk, I. (OE),


Johnson, M. (ARPA-E),
Vetrano, J. (Office of Science),
Lynn, K. (EERE),
Parks, W. (OE),
Handa, R. (OE),
Kannberg, L. (PNNL),
Hearne, S. (SNL),
Waldrip, K. (SNL),
Braccio, R. (Booz Allen Hamilton),