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    2. 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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    3. 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
    4. 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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    5. 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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      Mentions: U.S. ESA FERC
    6. 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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      Mentions: U.S. ESA FERC
    7. 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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      Mentions: U.S. Congress ESA
    8. U.S. energy storage market reached second-highest quarterly deployment ever in Q2 2020

      U.S. energy storage market reached second-highest quarterly deployment ever in Q2 2020
      Topped only by the fourth quarter of the last year, the U.S. energy storage sector deployed 168 MW in the second quarter of 2020, according to the latest U.S. Energy Storage Monitor report from Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA).We are encouraged by the growth the energy storage market has seen this quarter, Kelly Speakes-Backman, CEO of ESA, said. Despite any setbacks from ...
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      Mentions: California U.S. ESA
    9. As Residential Solar Deployments Fell, the US Home Battery Market Powered On

      As Residential Solar Deployments Fell, the US Home Battery Market Powered On
      Even the COVID-19 pandemic could not stop the residential storage market from growing in the second quarter, according to the new Energy Storage Monitor. Even as the coronavirus pandemic sent theU.S. economy into free fall this spring,theenergy storage industry delivered its second-best quarter ever in terms of megawatts installed. Despite social-distancing orders, more customers than ever before added batteries in their homes to store solar power and provide ...
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    10. US energy storage market sets Q2 record for deployments

      US energy storage market sets Q2 record for deployments
      According to Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Associations (ESA) latestUS Energy Storage Monitorreport, 168 MW were deployed in Q2 2020. This is an increase of 72% quarter-over-quarter, 117% year-over-year and is the second-highest quarterly total ever seen, falling just behind Q4 2019 (186.4 MW). One large front-of-meter (FTM) project coming partially online in California, accounting for more than two-thirds of the total FTM MW deployed, helped ...
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    11. NextEra Energy Resources readies significant portfolio of California energy storage projects to enhance reliability and support the state's clean energy goals

      NextEra Energy Resources readies significant portfolio of California energy storage projects to enhance reliability and support the state's clean energy goals
      NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, highlighted a suite of clean energy storage developments in the state that could nearly double the total installed capacity of battery storage available in the U.S. today. It plans to build nearly 700 MWs of fully-contracted battery storage projects in California before the end of 2022. The battery storage projects will be co-located at six existing NextEra Energy Resources solar projects and include the previously ...
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    12. Power move by NYPA has energy battery project starting in Franklin County - Standard Freeholder

      Power move by NYPA has energy battery project starting in Franklin County - Standard Freeholder
      One of the largest energy battery storage projects in the U.S. will have construction starting soon and be in service early next year just 50 kilometres southeast of Cornwall. NY Power Authority has announced the start of construction, in the Chateaugay area of Franklin County, a 20-megawatt energy batter storage project that will help alleviate transmission constraints and advance Gov. Andrew Cuomos clean energy target of 3,000 megawatts ...
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      Mentions: U.S. Ontario New York
    13. Able Grid, MAP® Energy, Astral Electricity and Mortenson Announce Construction Start for Chisholm Grid 100 MW Battery Energy Storage System to Serve the Growing ERCOT Texas Electricity Market

      Able Grid, MAP® Energy, Astral Electricity and Mortenson Announce Construction Start for Chisholm Grid 100 MW Battery Energy Storage System to Serve the Growing ERCOT Texas Electricity Market
      Able Grid Energy Solutions (Able Grid), a leading developer of battery energy storage projects throughout the U.S., along with its development and operating partners MAP Energy (MAP) and Astral Electricity (Astral), today announced that full notice to proceed has been issued on the Chisholm Grid battery energy storage system located in Fort Worth, Texas. Chisholm Grid will have an initial rated capacity of 100 megawatts (MWac) and is scheduled ...
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      Mentions: U.S. Texas Able Grid
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