1. How New York is Changing the Energy Storage Play in US Competitive Markets

    How New York is Changing the Energy Storage Play in US Competitive Markets

    “We commend NYISO on implementing Order 841 market updates to facilitate regular participation of energy storage in its markets,” said Jason Burwen, vice president of policy for the Energy Storage Association. “NYISO is blazing the trail for the dual-use of storage in wholesale and retail service. This sets a foundation for storage market participation and is a critical first step to realizing the cost savings, resilience, and sustainability benefits that storage offers electric systems.”

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    1. This is an exciting development for the state and consumers as we move toward meeting [NY clean energy] mandates
    2. We commend NYISO on implementing Order 841 market updates to facilitate regular participation of energy storage in its markets.
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