At the COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, the Government of India revised its non-fossil energy targets for 2030 from 450 GW to 500 GW. To accomplish this, developing India’s solar potential is essential. Given the intermittent nature of renewable energy (RE) sources, we require energy storage systems (ESS) to maintain the power grid's security and dependability. Recent advancements in ESS technologies have resulted in a substantial decrease in capital cost, expanding market growth. Therefore, it is the right time to deploy suitable ESS technologies in upcoming large-scale solar projects to achieve our energy and economic goals.
Link to the issue: https://issuu.com/solarquarter/docs/solarquarter-_india_june-july_issue_2022