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Advancing Energy Storage Technologies to Meet Clean Energy Goals in Massachusetts

Massachusetts’ Advancing Commonwealth Energy Storage (ACES) grant program was created to jump-start the energy storage industry by piloting innovative, broadly-replicable demonstration projects with multiple value streams, thereby priming Massachusetts for increased commercialization and deployment.

Declining Battery Storage Costs Raise Questions About the Role of Natural Gas

Batteries are beginning to complete head-to-head with natural gas peaker plants, and they’re starting to win.

How Could Solar+Storage Benefit Your Community? Find Out for Free.

A new release of NREL's free online tool allows anyone to enter in a building’s information to estimate how much solar+storage capacity would be needed to keep critical loads powered during an emergency.

Why California’s New Home Solar Requirement Includes Batteries and Not Zero Net Energy

California’s recently adopted building standards require solar to be a part of all new residential construction. As the first state to enact such a standard, it’s been lauded as a historic and game-changing event for solar power in the U.S. But some have argued that the new standards don’t go far enough.
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Recharging the Clean Energy Transition with Battery Storage

It’s rare to have an opportunity to shape an energy technology market as it emerges. Today, battery storage is that energy technology.
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California Utilities Propose Storage for Energy Resilience and Equity, But More Needs to be Done

Three of California’s largest utilities recently proposed more than 100 megawatts of utility-owned energy storage to support resiliency in critical public facilities and $6 million in incentives for customer-owned storage at multifamily affordable housing properties.
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