“Energy storage is critical to New York’s clean energy future. As renewable power sources like wind and solar provide a larger portion of New York’s electricity, storage will allow clean energy to be available when and where it is most needed.
As New York continues to invest and build its cleaner grid, energy storage will allow us to better use existing resources more efficiently and with fewer emissions. With storage, New York’s grid can reduce electricity from the dirtiest power plants during periods of peak demand, such as on hot summer days.
If you or your company are interested in evaluating, developing, or installing energy storage technologies in New York State, NYSERDA can help you:
Access incentives and technical resources for installing energy storage for your business
Learn about the benefits of pairing solar and energy storage for your home
Take advantage of technical assistance and expert one-on-one consulting for developers and contractors to help with project siting, sizing, and economics
Access the Energy Storage Guidebook to support local governments manage better energy storage system development in their community
Find opportunities for researchers and manufacturers to develop new energy storage technologies and solutions
Learn how New York will deploy 1,500 MW of energy storage by 2025 and 3,000 MW by 2030
Find information on the State’s progress towards its clean energy goals, as described in the first annual State of Storage ReportLink opens in new window – close new window to return to this page..”
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State of New York found on internet 5 November 2020.
NYSERDA Battery Energy Storage Guidelines October 2020 PDF