Supercharged: U.S. Energy Storage Reaches for Deeper Impact


Title: Supercharged: U.S. Energy Storage Reaches for Deeper Impact

Duration: 1 Hour

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The U.S. energy storage industry has a powerful set of new tools in 2023 to help decarbonize the nation’s power grid. The Inflation Reduction Act created an up to 30% investment tax credit for stand-alone energy storage projects, along with a host of additional incentives for qualifying solar-plus-storage and stand-alone installations. In place for the next decade, the expanded federal tax credits are widely expected to catapult battery storage assets well beyond early adopters in California and Texas.

Join our panel of experts to discuss the opportunities and the considerable challenges ahead.

  • Growth estimates for front-of-meter, behind-the-meter and solar-plus-storage projects
  • Cost competitiveness of energy storage
  • Strategic storage opportunities at retired coal plants and other fossil fuel-focused “energy communities”
  • Limitations to growth, ranging from supply chain shortages to interconnection bottlenecks
  • Energy storage performance

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Garrett Hering (Moderator)
Senior Reporter
S&P Global Commodity Insights
Steve Piper
Director of Energy Research
S&P Global Commodity Insights
Sam Wilkinson
Director of Clean Energy Technology Research
S&P Global Commodity Insights
Julie Blunden
Chief Operating Officer
Plus Power
John Zahurancik
Senior Vice President, President of Americas Region

Gabe Murtaugh
Storage Sector Manager
California ISO
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