by Stephen Lacey
August 11, 2016

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A growing number of businesses are using behind-the-meter batteries to cut utility fees. In the U.S., the commercial storage market is still small -- amounting to 36 megawatts in 2015 -- but it is growing quickly, particularly in applications related to demand-charge management.

And it is now starting to grow beyond anchor markets like California, New York and Hawaii.

In this episode, we look at how use cases for commercial and industrial battery storage projects are getting more attractive. Ravi Manghani, the director of GTM Research’s storage practice, joins us for the conversation.

We’re also going to talk about some new offerings from up-and-coming storage providers and discuss how Tesla’s planned acquisition of SolarCity would impact C&I storage.

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