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    1. Montana Energy Storage Project Lines Up Financial Partner

      Montana Energy Storage Project Lines Up Financial Partner

      Construction on a 400MW, $1 billion energy storage system in central Montana could start as soon as next year after its sponsors said Friday they reached a financing agreement with a Danish firm that invests in renewable energy. Next up, he said, is to make arrangements with utilities or others interested in using the Montana facility to complement their own electricity generation.

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    2. Navigant Research Report Finds Value-Added Services in the Energy Storage System Market Present Opportunities for Innovative Companies to Establish a Leadership Position

      Navigant Research Report Finds Value-Added Services in the Energy Storage System Market Present Opportunities for Innovative Companies to Establish a Leadership Position

      A new report from Navigant Research discusses how energy storage value-added services (VASs) have evolved and how the storage industry has grown by using VASs to reduce customer risks. Because potential customers are generally unfamiliar with energy storage system (ESS) technology, VASs are required for projects to be considered bankable by customers and investors. These services shift technological and financial risk for project performance from customers to the battery hardware providers and systems integrators that design and build an ESS.

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