Grid 2.0

battery energy storage projects are reshaping power networks

With the U.S. energy storage market expected to increase to US$1.5 billion, up from US$128 million in 2014, increasingly affordable battery projects will be entering the portfolios of utilities companies. “Grid 2.0” discusses the benefits and challenges of utility-scale battery projects currently under way and how lessons learned can help future projects be more timely, cost-efficient and streamlined.
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