1. General Electric Energy Storage Offering Built on Speed

    General Electric Energy Storage Offering Built on Speed

    The energy storage business could be worth $103 billion by 2030, so dozens of companies are jockeying for position to capture market share. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) has made the biggest splash, but AES and Siemens creation Fluence, Stem, Total, and General Electric (NYSE: GE) are trying to stake out their piece of the pie as well. GE recently announced a new energy storage offering called Reservoir that's intended to reduce construction time, increase battery life, and improve reliability. It's also building the solution to fit with the way renewable energy projects are being built today, which could make it an attractive offering for developers.

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