1. As Second Wave of State Storage Targets Builds, Utilities Propose New Projects

    As Second Wave of State Storage Targets Builds, Utilities Propose New Projects

    nergy storage has been taking root across the country, but coastal states, such as California, Massachusetts and Oregon, have taken the lead in implementing related policies. That could change as states such as Colorado and Nevada move closer to potentially ambitious policies to support energy storage. Rising renewable penetration combined with falling costs for lithium-ion batteries is driving many states to explore policies that encourage energy storage.

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    1. Colorado is clearly on a path legislatively for energy storage.
    2. When a state sets an RPS, the objective is clear. With a storage mandate, it is less clear.
    3. In PJM, and most markets, it is treated as two different units.
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