Long-duration energy storage beats the challenge of week-long wind-power lulls

A novel energy model suggests the overall costs of a net-zero emissions electricity grid are substantially lowered with the integration of long-duration energy storage options, like pumped-storage hydroelectricity that can “firm up” variable renewables such as wind when they struggle through extended week-long lulls.

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