Friday, October 23, 2020

Brittney Elzarei

Brittney Elzarei
Brittney Elzarei is Policy Manager at EASE, the European Association for Storage of Energy. Since joining EASE in 2016, she has led the association’s advocacy efforts and activities across a range of topics, including the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package, European Green Deal, investment/R&D, energy storage business cases and monetisation of storage services.

Energy storage: Innovative solutions to meet today’s most pressing challenges

Brittney Elzarei, Policy Manager at EASE (the European Association for Storage of Energy), writes about energy storage which is gathering momentum as a key technology for the transition to net-zero.

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