The LDES Council is a global non-profit organization with over 60 members in 20 countries. The Council works to accelerate the decarbonization of our world through the acceleration of long-duration energy storage. It provides member-driven, fact-based guidance and research to governments, grid operators and major electricity users on the deployment of long-duration energy storage for society’s benefit.
An executive-led organization, the LDES Council spans a wide range of energy storage technologies and includes among its members technology innovators, energy users and investors. The Council publishes findings and reports to encourage the wide adoption of long duration energy storage to replace the use of fossil fuels and accelerate carbon neutrality.
Net-Zero Heat: Long Duration Energy Storage to Accelerate Energy System Decarbonization
The Journey to Net-Zero: An Action Plan to Unlock a Secure, Net-Zero Power System
A Path Toward Full System Decarbonization with 24/7 Clean Power Purchase Agreements
Net-Zero Power: Long Duration Energy Storage for a Renewable Grid