Online energy storage database launched

Friday, 29 January, 2016

The NSW Government and the Australian Energy Storage Alliance today launched the Australian Energy Storage Database (AESDB), a website that provides free, up-to-date information on energy storage projects. Powered by the Global Energy Storage Database, the website lists over 1400 energy storage projects representing 185 GW of operational and planned energy storage in over 60 countries.

Designed for investors, developers, planners, policymakers and researchers, the website provides a comprehensive listing of commercial- and utility-scale energy storage projects and their key uses to address challenges on the grid. The database provides details such as technology, location, ownership and status for a range of on- and off-grid systems and a wide range of energy storage technologies.

Project managers of Australian commercial- and utility-scale energy storage projects are able to list or update their projects. New entries, and updates to existing listings, are being sought for Australian and New Zealand projects across a range of energy storage technologies.

The Australian Energy Storage Alliance will provide assistance to list and profile eligible commercial projects in Australia and New Zealand. Once listed, projects will be freely available via the Australian portal and on the Global Energy Storage Database.

The database is available at

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