U.S. Microgrids: H1 2018 Forecast

by Colleen Metelitsa

Despite a slowdown in 2017, GTM Research expects U.S. microgrid cumulative capacity to reach 7.1 GW by 2023 due to favorable market factors. These include:

  • A positive trend in state incentive programs and policies
  • Adoption of emerging business models that share benefits, costs and ownership among multiple stakeholders
  • Increased interest and activity from utilities and energy service companies (ESCOs)
  • An increase in discussion on creating more streamlined, plug-and-play microgrid solutions to enable greater commercial adoption

The full report includes an updated market overview and forecast, and a data sheet including key charts and data.

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Colleen Metelitsa Analyst, Grid Edge

Colleen Metelitsa is a Grid Edge Analyst with GTM Research specializing in microgrids. Prior to GTM, Colleen earned her MPA in Energy Finance and Policy from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. During her Master's program, she worked with the NY Green Bank, GE Ventures, and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) on topics ranging from applications of blockchain in energy to the commercial deployment of energy storage technologies. She was previously a Consultant in DNV GL's energy practice, where she worked with utilities and the U.S. Department of Energy on impact evaluations of demand response, energy efficiency, and renewable energy programs. Colleen holds an AB in Environmental Policy from Princeton University.

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