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17 05 2017 03

Over €12 million (US$13.18 million) in funding will be provided to two European projects to examine and exploit synergies between the stationary energy storage and transport sectors, through the EU’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) funding instrument.

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) welcomed the award of funds to the larger of the two projects, ‘TSO 2020: Electric “Transmission and Storage Options” along TEN E and TEN T corridors for 2020’, which has been awarded just over €7 million of its €11,772,834 budget, from an originally requested €14.9 million. EASE also announced its own involvement in the project, along with partners that include Dutch-headquartered transmission organisation TenneT TSO and Dutch natural gas company Nederlandse Gasunie.

EASE said TSO 2020 will “assess and value the key role of energy storage in the electricity transmission system by exploiting synergies between energy storage systems and alternative transport infrastructure needs”. EU member states Belgium and the Netherlands will back the project, coordinated by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment.

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