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    2. ESA Lauds FERC 2222, but says states are "where it's happening for storage"

      ESA Lauds FERC 2222, but says states are "where it's happening for storage"
      The U.S. energy storage sector recently reported its strongest second quarter on record, with 168 MW of energy storage deployed in 2Q20--an increase of 72 percent quarter-over-quarter. With 2Q20 deployments setting a record this year, the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) projects the nation's energy storage market will grow significantly over the next six years.
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    1. We applaud FERC for its pro-active approach to ensuring that markets are open to the characteristics and services that energy storage technologies can provide the electric grid.
      In Electricity Storage Association commends Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for final ruling
    2. The FERC decision is not only a model and a suggestion for states to modify their interconnect policies, it is a nudge to do so.
      In FERC Rule May 'Nudge' States To Alter Distributed Solar Interconnection
    3. We applaud FERC for recognizing the challenges facing wholesale distributed generation development, which is one of the fastest-growing segments of America's solar energy industry.
      In FERC Rule May 'Nudge' States To Alter Distributed Solar Interconnection
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