The economic viability of commercial and industrial energy storage will grow rapidly in the United States over the next five years as storage costs continue to fall, according to a new report from GTM Research. The report estimates that the economics for commercial energy storage could be attractive in as many as 19 states by 2021, up dramatically from the handful of states where it is economically attractive today. And if storage costs fall even more rapidly than GTM’s conservative estimates, there could be as many as 26 states where commercial storage is economically attractive.
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