State Policy Description
Policy Components Questions
- 1. Does state have a procurement target or requirement for energy storage? No
- 2. Does a utility program or other state policy related to energy storage exist in the state? Yes
- 3. Is there a documented process for periodic review of progress toward the state’s energy storage goal? No
- 4. Does the state offer incentives or other support to promote energy storage systems? No
Policy Component information last updated July 30 2018
Two major trends have enabled increased deployment of energy storage: declining costs and technological advances. State policy can help maximize these benefits through a combination of establishing a framework for easy integration of energy storage into the grid and establishing a marketplace that monetizes the benefits of energy storage for cost-effective investment. For more information, see the full policy brief.
For more information on the components of the policy see the full policy brief.