. Compressed air, flywheels and more: Energy storage solutions being tested in Canada « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – One of the challenges in the shift to clean energy is that wind and solar power generation produces electricity only when the wind is blowing and the sun is shining, which doesn’t necessarily coincide with when we need the most electricity.

That’s one of the reasons the International Energy Agency considers ramping up energy storage technologies to be a key part of a global energy strategy to keep global warming below 2 C, as the Paris Agreement demands.

Read on some energy storage technologies that have been or are being tested and used in Canada at CBC News.

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