Power and renewables

Global Map of Energy Storage Installations

DNV GL - Energy

As of April 2016

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Global Map of Energy Storage Installations

Global Map of Energy Storage Installations by mid 2015

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Global Map of Energy Storage Installations

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Global Map of Energy Storage Installations by mid 2015

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Since the dawn of electricity generation a need for energy storage has existed, but options were limited.

In the mid 1900s, suppliers began using pumped hydro storage plants. Capacity-wise these plants constitute over 90% of all installed storage today. However, when distributed renewables emerged as a trend in electricity generation during 2000, people sought more efficient forms of energy storage.

This chart shows the global number of operational installed storage projects as of April 2016, as reported in the DOE global energy storage database.

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Global Map of Energy Storage Installations

Global Map of Energy Storage Installations by mid 2015

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As of April 2016