Last January, Massachusetts developed a new incentive program called SMART, to double its solar capacity to more than 3 gigawatts.
The new policy is dubbed “Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program.” Read More
Everyone knows California and New York do have behind-the-meter energy storage at a large scale. But there are some sleeper states where the economics already work.
A new report from GTM Research, The Economics of Commercial Energy Storage in the U.S, outlines the states where demand charges at the largest utility in each state would create a favorable rate of return for commercial batteries. Read More