The National Governors Association recently released a report on energy storage, State Strategies for Advancing the Use of Energy Storage. The report focuses on actions that states can take to evaluate advanced energy storage as a component of the state’s energy future. The report focuses on technologies including batteries, compressed air, thermal storage, and flywheels. (It does not include pumped hydropower storage projects.) The report discusses ways states can help counter some of the cost, technological, and regulatory barriers to deploying these technologies.
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