1. Study: Batteries are Coming to N.C., but How Many, How Soon Depends on Policy

    Study: Batteries are Coming to N.C., but How Many, How Soon Depends on Policy

    Batteries that kick in when the sun sets or the wind dies down — but also don’t break the bank — have long been seen as the holy grail of carbon-free electricity. Now, a new study out of North Carolina State University shows they’re no myth. Analysts say that batteries already make economic sense for certain uses today in North Carolina, and that if trends continue, by 2030, 5 gigawatts of large-scale battery storage will be well worth the investment.

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