Because of the growing concerns surrounding the use of fossil fuels and a greater demand for a cleaner, more efficient, and more resilient energy grid, the use of energy storage systems, or ESS, has increased dramatically in the past decade. Renewable sources of energy such as solar and wind power are intermittent, and so storage becomes a key factor in supplying reliable energy. ESS also help meet energy demands during peak times and can supply backup power during natural disasters and other emergencies. However, the rise in the number of ESS installations requires the need for a heightened understanding of the hazards involved and more extensive measures to reduce the risks.


Batterilagre, Thermal Runaway

Sidst opdateret 25. februar, 2022 - Kl. 13.09