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Cost-effective ways of storing electrical energy can help make the grid more efficient and reliable, and may help to compensate for the variability inherent in wind and solar power. Approximately 2.5% of the total electric power delivered in the United States passes through energy storage, almost all of which is pumped hydroelectric storage. The restructuring of the electricity industry, along with increased requirements for power reliability and quality, has made utility-scale EES a subject of current interest. Full Document

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