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Clarifying the Role of Distributed Storage in PJM
February 19, 2016 by Todd Olinsky-Paul

For a while there, PJM was looking like the promised land for behind-the-meter solar+storage vendors.

State Energy Storage Legislation: A Look Back at 2015
January 4, 2016 by Seth Mullendore

2015 was quite a year for energy storage, from Elon Musk’s Powerwall announcement to the recent gigawatt storage procurement commitment AES Energy made with LG Chem.

Energy Storage and the Clean Power Plan
August 14, 2015 by Seth Mullendore

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the final version of its monumental Clean Power Plan last week – all 1,560 pages of it.

The Lessons Coal and Electricity Markets of the Past Can Offer Solar+Storage Markets Today
July 20, 2015 by Lewis Milford

The path to scaling up clean energy technologies like solar+storage sometimes can seem like unchartered territory.

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Clean Energy Group Proposes Collaboration on Distributed Energy Storage Policies
February 4, 2015 by Clean Energy Group

Clean Energy Group has released a new report calling for more collaboration on policies to promote emerging distributed energy storage technologies.

State Efforts at Grid Modernization
November 14, 2014 by Todd Olinsky-Paul

Over the past year, we have seen a number of states initiate resilient power and microgrid initiatives. But in addition, a few states have begun a process of revisioning their electric grids.

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Battery Storage and Wind Energy: The Stanford Study
October 10, 2013 by Todd Olinsky-Paul

With renewable energy costs falling and deployment rising, and resilient power a hot topic post-Sandy, it makes sense that a wonky, non-sexy technology like energy storage has stepped out of the shadows to take center stage.

Storage and Finance: Overcoming Two Barriers to Renewable Progress
August 16, 2013 by Todd Olinsky-Paul

The future for wind and solar energy is bright. But in order to realize even a fraction of their enormous potential, both technologies must address two major constraints, one physical and one financial.

Charting a Course for Clean Energy
April 2, 2013 by Lewis Milford

When we’re talking about climate stabilization over the long term, we’re talking about a balancing act: how to scale up zero and low-carbon emission energy sources and how to scale down the use of high-carbon emission sources used today.