Tesla built the world's biggest lithium-ion battery ahead of schedule. It's an important milestone for the technology, and for Tesla itself.
But is it coming at a cost to smaller players in the industry?
This week on The Interchange, we'll talk about how Tesla's battery supply constraints are hitting downstream installers and developers. We'll bring GTM Staff Writer Julian Spector on the show to discuss his recent reporting on Tesla's delivery delays.
Then, we'll cover some of Spector's other big stories this year, including how storage is suddenly challenging natural-gas peaker plants around the world, and why New York is struggling to put a cohesive energy storage framework in place. (Note: This podcast was recorded on Monday. On Thursday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the state's energy storage target into law.)
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