Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA)
Grid-enhancing technologies have been piloted in many places, but with recent FERC orders and federal funding, they are poised to become much more common.
States need to fund, shape and incentivize projects that contribute to their emission-reduction goals, a speaker told New Jersey’s Clean Energy Conference.
The Biden administration’s goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 will require an investment of $300 billion a year until 2050, the DOE estimates.
Despite supply challenges, the storage industry is innovating to optimize the value of lithium-ion batteries while also developing long-duration alternatives.
The Clean Energy States Alliance urges states that get access to power from OSW to consider dedicating some of that electricity to produce “green,” hydrogen.
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