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June 21, 2024
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Panel Provides Update on Energy Storage in Mass.
Clockwise from top left: Chris Sherman, Cogentrix Energy; Tom Ferguson, Massachusetts EEA; Jason Viadero, MMWEC; Peter Dion, Wakefield Municipal Light Department; Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy States Alliance
Clockwise from top left: Chris Sherman, Cogentrix Energy; Tom Ferguson, Massachusetts EEA; Jason Viadero, MMWEC; Peter Dion, Wakefield Municipal Light Department; Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy States Alliance | Clean Energy States Alliance
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Battery storage remains largely reliant on state programs and subsidies to be viable in Massachusetts but could increasingly stand on its own as renewable energy proliferates, a panel of energy storage experts said.
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