The energy storage market in the U.S. is set to grow to by almost 10x between 2019 and 2024, driven by utility procurements, changing tariffs and grid service opportunities. States like California are leading the way, with procurement mandates, incentive programs, and wholesale market opportunities pushing the market forward. At the same time, increasing policy support is similarly bolstering growth in places like Hawaii, Massachusetts, and New York.
Join Wood Mackenzie energy storage analysts for a year-in-review webinar of these trends, including the potential upside of the addition of a storage qualification to the the solar Investment Tax Credit. Director of Energy Storage Dan Finn-Foley will discuss how storage market developments are quickly shifting the landscape for regulators, policy makers, grid operators, asset operators and developers.