Thu, Apr 2nd 2020 07:00 am

The Department of Public Service on Wednesday issued the first “State of Storage” annual report announcing progress in reaching New York’s statewide energy storage goal of 3,000 megawatts (MW) by 2030, with an interim objective of deploying 1,500 MW by 2025.

A press release read, “Energy storage enhances the efficiency of the electric grid through many different applications such as demand charge management, demand response, distribution system local reliability, firming large-scale intermittent renewables, and wholesale market installed capacity and ancillary services, and supports New York’s ‘Green New Deal,’ the most aggressive climate change program in the nation, which puts the state on a path to economywide carbon neutrality.”

“Energy storage is a smart clean way to build flexibility into

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