Energy storage deployment in the United States between 2010 and 2022 primarily consisted of four-plus-hour storage, which accounted for less than 10% of the cumulative 9 GW deployed. However, experts predict that this technology will play a more significant and versatile role on the grid in the future, according to a recent publication by NREL…
Next-generation batteries will be crucial for a decarbonized, electrified future. They will improve grid reliability and resilience while enabling greater integration of renewable energy. These advanced batteries can also provide backup power during natural disasters like ice storms, extreme heat waves, hurricanes, and more.