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Battery Storage – Set For Massive Growth

 

Energy storage has always been somewhat of a “holy grail” for the utility industry and its customers. Traditional storage technologies include batteries, pumped hydro, compressed storage, thermal storage, and flywheels. While all have their place, interest in one of these technologies in particular, battery storage, has been growing exponentially in the last two years as a result of rapidly-advancing technologies that can guarantee dependable and large-scale storage, continually falling prices, ease of installation and maintenance, and the ability to set up virtually anywhere in the U.S.

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