1. Opinion: Duke's CTO Expects Utilities will Own Storage

    Opinion: Duke's CTO Expects Utilities will Own Storage
    … utilities will invest in storage as much as a defensive strategy as for immediate return … Electric utilities that fail to be first movers in deploying [storage] and instead let it be deployed and developed on the customer side of the meter or under the control of third parties will forfeit a significant market advantage and seriously impair their long-term equity value.
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