Energy storage is set to emerge as a crucial part of Kenya’s power sector, as seen in many other countries undergoing similar energy transitions. A key benefit of storage technology is its unmatched flexibility, with the unique ability to respond rapidly to variations in solar PV and wind output. The result is a stable grid, regardless of renewable intermittency.
Energy storage is undoubtedly a game-changer leading to a fundamental rethinking of how the power sector operates. Advancements in areas such as smart grid applications, are on the horizon, which would result in substantial efficiency gains and cost savings. With these wide ranges of benefits, energy storage is receiving significant interest from key players in the Kenyan power sector.
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