November 3, 2020
Visual Primer: U.S. States Expand Opportunities for Energy Storage in Pursuit of Ambitious Goals
Planning for increased storage capacity is becoming important for grid performance in light of the growing share of intermittent renewables in the generation portfolio.
Amid gigawatt-scale goals for energy storage, U.S. state policies are evolving to create more opportunities for the technology. Storage is poised to play an integral role in the changing resource mix as more states pursue zero-carbon goals, driving the need for innovative policy initiatives and programs that optimize renewable energy sources and enhance grid reliability.