What is Energy Storage Report?
Welcome to Energy Storage Report, the weekly intelligence brief, website and Twitter feed that scrutinises the energy storage industry. We offer in-depth analysis of the technologies, trends and issues that are part of this exciting sector.
We believe that energy storage is the key to integrating renewable energy into the grid, we realise that it is essential to guaranteeing energy stability and reliability to families, communities and companies, and we advocate that it should be technologically agnostic.
Which is why we cover all types of energy storage system, from pumped hydro to battery, flywheel to compressed air, superconducting magnetic to molten salt, and fuel cell to thermal energy storage.
And we look beyond the research innovations in technology and ongoing projects to analyse the policies, conferences and controversies that make up the background to the industry.
Because we never lose sight of the fact that energy storage is a means to an end, we take a look at its applications in the real world and run articles on related areas such as electric vehicles, microgrids and, of course, relevant renewable technologies such as concentrated solar power and wind energy.
What Energy Storage Report can do for you
If you have any interest in the evolving story of energy storage, we can offer you this website as a place to:
- Browse hundreds of articles on the subject
- Read up on in-depth analyses of the sector
- Stay up to date with our seven-day news summaries
If you need to be up-to-the minute with what’s happening in the world of energy storage, join the many individuals, organisations and opinion formers who follow us on Twitter.
Our unprecedented access to news sources means that you’ll never miss out on what’s happening right here and right now in the sector.
If you want the latest analysis and a round up of the week’s news in one handy email, subscribe to our weekly intelligence brief.
You’ll be joining the hundreds of CXOs, researchers, associations, analysts and thought leaders who have helped to build our dedicated readership.
And if you need to promote your organisation, event or product line, we can help with a promotional plan to suit your requirements. Contact us now to find out more.
Who is behind Energy Storage Report
A science graduate, Mike is a professional advertising, online and direct mail copywriter turned energy storage evangelist. Besides handling writing, editorial and social media for Energy Storage Report he is has more than two decades of experience in commercial writing and is the author of a number of influential blogs.
Are we missing anything? Speak to Mike about the stories and subjects you want to see in Energy Storage Report.
Jason is the director of Jason Deign Associates, a Barcelona-based copywriting and editorial services agency and a regular contributor to a range of energy industry publications, including Greentech Media, New Energy Update and Solarplaza, and the author of industry reports for brands such as A Word About Wind and CSP Today.
Can we help your organisation? Talk to Jason about upcoming feature ideas, advertising in Energy Storage Report, commissioning reports or anything else we can help you with.
Why we started Energy Storage Report
A while ago, it became increasingly clear to us that without an answer to the question: “What’s the good of solar at night, or turbines when the wind doesn’t blow?” the whole green energy movement was doomed – and the planet with it. It was a highly depressing thought.
But the advances being made in energy storage filled us with a new optimism. And when we realised the wider possibilities it could offer transport, the grid and society, we knew we had to get into it. So, in September 2012 we made our first tentative steps with the launch of this website, and its companion newsletter.
Since then we’ve seen a steady growth in web traffic, Twitter followers and newsletter subscribers that has convinced us that there is an audience out there that wants access to the latest news and views on this exciting sector.