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    2. Report: Energy Storage Would Benefit More Than 5 Million Commercial Customers

      Report: Energy Storage Would Benefit More Than 5 Million Commercial Customers
      The U.S. Department of Energys National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Clean Energy Group (CEG) have released the first comprehensive public analysis detailing the potential size of the commercial behind-the-meter battery storage market in the United States. NREL analyzed over 10,000 utility tariffs in 48 states, finding that more than five million of the 18 million commercial customers across the country may be able to cost-effectively reduce their ...
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    1. We continue to match our models. We're really on the right track and we're going to be well below the DOE target
      In EnerVault Nears Completion of Its First Commercial-Scale Flow Battery
    2. Successful commercialization of DOE-sponsored technology development, such as this, is vital for creating the grid of the future, and sustaining U.S. leadership in advanced technology.
      In WattJoule Licenses Flow Battery Technology Developed by PNNL
    3. With the support of DOE, the Energy Commission, our technical team and investors, EnerVault's long-duration, grid-scale energy storage systems are ready to participate in California's ground-breaking energy storage market in less than five years from our first round of funding.
      In California Energy Commission Joins U.S. Department of Energy to Dedicate EnerVault’s Long-Duration Energy Storage System
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