1. Con Edison to Let Energy Storage Systems Feed Power onto Grid

    Con Edison to Let Energy Storage Systems Feed Power onto Grid

    The New York State Public Service Commission on May 18 said that it granted permission to Consolidated Edison Co. of New York to allow battery storage systems to export electricity to the grid, located at a select number of commercial locations, under a program to lower electricity demand in growing areas of Brooklyn and Queens, and under any future non-wires alternative projects it pursues.

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