by Stephen Lacey
January 18, 2017

In the next five years, storage systems installed on the customer’s side of the meter will outpace storage on the utility’s side of the meter, according to GTM Research.

People have long imagined massive power-plant-sized batteries controlling the grid of the future -- but actually, distributed batteries are going to slowly overtake the market in the U.S. And that shapes financing, rate design, the taxonomy of companies operating in the space, and how utilities integrate storage.

This week, we’re talking with GTM Research Storage Analyst Brett Simon about his latest report on behind-the-meter storage business models.

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