1. NY's Energy Storage Target: It's the Journey, not the Destination, Stakeholders Say

    NY's Energy Storage Target: It's the Journey, not the Destination, Stakeholders Say

    The New York Public Service Commission's order last week creating a 3 GW by 2030 energy storage target identified a destination on the state's transformation of its energy sector, but did not delineate every road on route to that goal. The PSC order did not provide details on how some of the goals will be achieved or on issues such as the apportionment of some funds. In a wider context, there are questions about how the storage goal will mesh with the wholesale power market rules of the New York Independent System Operator. In addition, there are pending permitting issues in New York City that could affect the anticipated build-out of energy storage facilities there.

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    1. It was the most important thing they did.
    2. There are a lot more opportunities indoors to deploy the storage that New York needs, but the permitting issues are absolutely a barrier.
    3. It could be challenging to get energy storage into the wholesale market for a little while.
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