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    1. NYPA Unveils Plans to Establish 20-MW Battery Project

      NYPA Unveils Plans to Establish 20-MW Battery Project

      The New York Power Authority on Oct. 2 unveiled plans to establish a new 20-megawatt battery project in Northern New York that will demonstrate the operation of a large-scale energy storage system. NYPA noted that the first-of-its kind project supports New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s commitment to combat climate change and grow the energy storage sector.

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    2. Sterling Municipal Light Department Signs Solar-Plus-Storage PPA

      Sterling Municipal Light Department Signs Solar-Plus-Storage PPA

      Sterling Municipal Light Department in Massachusetts has signed a power purchase agreement for a community solar project paired with energy storage. The project developer, Origis Energy USA, says it is the first solar-plus-storage project in Massachusetts. Origis Energy is developing the 1 MW rooftop solar array that will be combined with a 1 MW, 2 MWh energy storage system and will sell the output to public power utility Sterling Municipal under a power purchase agreement. Origis says the solar-plus-storage facility will be able to deliver 1.7 MWh annually.

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    3. Storage Group CEO Outlines Priorities, Benefits for Public Power

      Storage Group CEO Outlines Priorities, Benefits for Public Power

      In a recent interview with the American Public Power Association, Energy Storage Association CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman outlined her priorities and detailed some of the ways in which public power utilities can benefit from energy storage.  Speakes-Backman was named the ESA’s first CEO, effective July 1. Prior to joining ESA, Speakes-Backman was the senior vice president of policy and research at the Alliance to Save Energy. She has also served as a commissioner at the Maryland Public Service Commission.

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    4. Calif. Regulator Emphasizes Importance of Setting Storage Targets

      Calif. Regulator Emphasizes Importance of Setting Storage Targets

      Carla Peterman, a commissioner with the California Public Utilities Commission, said that among the many takeaways for regulators from California’s experience with energy storage deployment is the importance of setting targets.Peterman made her remarks at an Energy Storage Policy Forum in Washington, DC, which was hosted by the Energy Storage Association and held on Feb. 15. She said that setting energy storage targets is important because such a move sends a signal to the market and to utilities. “I think that’s been a real measure of success, that we’ve seen so much procurement happen outside of the target RFOs [requests for offers]” issued by the state’s investor-owned utilities, Peterman said in her remarks at the ESA event.

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