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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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      Mentions: U.S. ESA FERC
    3. Reminder: Getting Started with Energy Storage: The Essential Guide for Planning, Analyzing, Procuring and Communicating

      Reminder: Getting Started with Energy Storage: The Essential Guide for Planning, Analyzing, Procuring and Communicating
      Incorporating energy storage assumptions into utility system planning processes results in a more resilient, efficient, sustainable, and affordable electricity grid.With this seminar, utilities, regulators, and other stakeholders can learn about new energy storage modeling and planning techniques that are being incorporated at utility systems around the country to ensure cost effective procurement and reliable operations. Join the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI ...
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    4. In Rare Battery Startup Move to Public Markets, Eos Raises Millions From Listing on Nasdaq

      In Rare Battery Startup Move to Public Markets, Eos Raises Millions From Listing on Nasdaq
      Challenging lithium-ion's battery market supremacy is not easy, but Eos will at least get a capital infusion to fund its growth. Eos Energy Storage, the aqueous zinc battery startup, listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange Tuesday after CEO Joe Mastrangelovirtually rangthe opening bell. The 12-year-old company now goes by the name Eos Energy Enterprise, Inc. and trades under the symbol EOSE. Rather than conduct a traditional initial public offering ...
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    5. To batteries and beyond: The storage technologies poised to play a key role in the energy transition

      To batteries and beyond: The storage technologies poised to play a key role in the energy transition
      At least 33 U.S. utilities are aiming to become carbon-free or reach net-zero emissions by 2050. These are some of the technologies that could help them get there. By the end of 2019, approximately one out of three Americans lived in a state or community that has committed to or achieved 100% clean electricity, and experts say that getting to these ambitious goals will require large amounts of storage ...
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    6. Analysts: Storage a Matter of Dollars and Sense

      Analysts: Storage a Matter of Dollars and Sense
      More developers are adding energy storage to their power generation plans as they recognize how the technology improves a projects economics.Solar and wind power project developers are recognizing the financial benefits that incorporating energy storage into their projects provides. Storage has become a major part of microgrid configurations, and commercial and industrial (CI) enterprises are discovering it can improve the cost-effectiveness of their own installations. Continuing technology advancements bode ...
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      Mentions: California DoE U.S.
    7. Executives Tout Storage as Key for Distributed Generation

      Executives Tout Storage as Key for Distributed Generation
      The market has definitely improved, said Woody Rubin, president of AES Distributed Energy, noting a recovery in distributed energy projects is starting to take shape after the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Rubin said there have been some supply chain issues, along with labor shortages due to lockdown measures, but those are being resolved. Rubin echoed comments from Kelly Speakes-Backman, CEO of the Energy Storage Association, who provided a ...
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    8. Funding the Next Generation of Efficient, Electric, Grid-Interactive Communities

      Funding the Next Generation of Efficient, Electric, Grid-Interactive Communities
      U.S. homes and commercial buildings consume roughly two-fifths of the countrys overall energy and three-fourths of all electricity. The Department of Energys$65 million fundingfor connected communities projects that was announced last week is focused on all three parts of this equation. It builds onscores of projectsacross the country combining high efficiency, electrificationand distributed energy resourcessuch as rooftop or community solar, battery and thermal energy storage, and electric vehicle ...
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      Mentions: California DoE U.S.
    9. To batteries and beyond: Lithium-ion dominates utility storage; could competing chemistries change that?

      To batteries and beyond: Lithium-ion dominates utility storage; could competing chemistries change that?
      The industry is growing increasingly comfortable with lithium-ion, but its limitations open up a space for other technologies to compete in the storage mix. This deep-dive article describes the growth of energy storage over the past decade, and what the future might look like.
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    10. Global storage heading to 741 GWh by 2030, WoodMac projects, amid ongoing challenges

      Global storage heading to 741 GWh by 2030, WoodMac projects, amid ongoing challenges
      Global energy storage capacity could amount to 741 GWh by the end of the decade, representing a 31% compound annual growth rate, analysis from Wood Mackenzie has found and the U.S. could make up nearly half of that. The average cost of lithium-ion battery cells is expected to drop during that timeframe, according to IHS Markit, falling below $100 per kWh in the next three years and potentially dipping ...
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      Mentions: California U.S. CAISO
    11. Energy storage's prominent role in bipartisan green recovery package for US welcomed

      Energy storage's prominent role in bipartisan green recovery package for US welcomed
      Legislation to help the US economy invest in clean energy jobs and support innovation and industry passed the House of Representatives this week - and Energy Storage Association (ESA) CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman applauded the prominent inclusion of energy storage in the bill. Next stop for the Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act will be the upper house of US Congress, the Senate. The bill includes wide-ranging measures on: energy efficiency, renewable ...
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    12. FERC approves final rule enabling DERs to compete in regional electric markets

      FERC approves final rule enabling DERs to compete in regional electric markets
      Kelly Speakes-Backman, CEO of the Energy Storage Association, called it a landmark ruling. FERCs Order 2222 removes regulatory barriers to aggregation of distributed resources in wholesale electricity markets and is the next step forward for energy storage and other distributed energy resources. Energy storage is increasingly located on local electric grids, in households and businesses, and is often integrated with distributed generation and controllable loads. Enabling these flexible resources to ...
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    13. FERC Order Backs Grid Market for DERs

      FERC Order Backs Grid Market for DERs
      Kelly Speakes-Backman, CEO of the Energy Storage Association (ESA) and a keynote speaker at POWERs upcoming Distributed Energy Experience virtual event Oct. 19-22, in a statement shared with POWER said, Today is another landmark day for competition and innovation in the power sector. FERCs Order 2222 removes regulatory barriers to aggregation of distributed resources in wholesale electricity markets, and is the next step forward for energy storage and other distributed ...
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    14. FERC adopts big utilities’ narrative in PURPA ruling

      FERC adopts big utilities’ narrative in PURPA ruling
      According to Jason Burwen, vice president of policy at the Energy Storage Association (ESA), the switch from using net output to using aggregate capacity for QF eligibility limits certain solar plus storage configurations. As a result, some solar plus storage configurations might trend smaller or reduce the use of storage, if they seek QF status.This is not an optimal outcome for the grid, Burwen added. We should be encouraging ...
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