In the last few years, India has been making huge strides in transitioning to renewable energy, and is today, one of the top 10 countries in the world utilising solar power. However, there is still potential that remains untapped, and to make renewable energy a successful source to answer all power needs, it is important to have a means to store the surplus power generated.
This is because non-conventional energy sources, like Solar, Wind, and Hydro, among others, do not have a constant production. For instance, while it might not be possible to harness the power of the sun at night, with energy storage solutions, one can use the stored energy, based on the requirement, irrespective of whether the power is being generated at the time or not.
In fact, energy storage is today the only way to reduce our carbon footprint, and become a country reliant on clean energy! Read More
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