1. Articles from Matt Roberts

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    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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      Mentions: ESA FERC NYISO
    2. Energy Storage is Critical Issue at Utility Industry's Conference in New Orleans

      Energy Storage is Critical Issue at Utility Industry's Conference in New Orleans

      Earlier this week, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) held their Annual Convention, which brought together leaders from the utility industry for three days in New Orleans. With energy executives from around the world in attendance, attention was squarely focused on the dynamic role of utilities and the evolving electrical grid, and how new assets like energy storage and renewable energy are increasingly augmenting grid operations.

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    3. Arizona Poised to Open New Market for Energy Storage

      Arizona Poised to Open New Market for Energy Storage

      Arizona has been known as the state with seemingly ubiquitous rooftop solar; it may now be moving toward having energy storage just as pervasive as solar. A settlement that Arizona Public Service (APS) and the Residential Utility Consumer Office (RUCO) negotiated on purchasing new generation capacity will open up opportunities for energy storage, demand response, energy efficiency and renewables in the Grand Canyon State.  

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      Mentions: U.S. ESA Arizona
    4. EPA Rules Paving the Way for Energy Storage Technologies

      EPA Rules Paving the Way for Energy Storage Technologies

      Recently, the EPA issued a draft rule regulating greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act. The President praised the agency for creating a flexible scheme that will provide economic and health benefits to the U.S.

      The draft rule is the result of hundreds of meetings with stakeholders, including the Energy Storage Association, and the resulting rule sets forth GHG caps for each state while providing flexibility in the particular methodology and technology solutions implemented to attain these goals. Now the clock starts on a 120-day comment period for the public to submit suggestions on how technologies should be quantified and valued in the emissions reduction scheme.

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