Photovoltaic & Storage for Fall 2021, Part 2, US and States
- Sep 23, 2021 3:08 pm GMT
This is the second post in the three part series. My last post on this subject was in mid-June, and it was a real chore.
Because of the above described issue, I have made some slight changes to the process I use on this paper. The first is the duration of project and information accumulation period (3 months). The second change is that my criteria: a given project can either be battery energy storage system (BESS) project, a photovoltaic (PV) project, or a project that incorporates both of these systems, however at least one of the project’s technologies must be over 100 MW. The other change is, I’m including the link for all information sources for projects, and verifying this link, but not putting in a full footnote reference for projects. Each link will be immediately under the information quoted from the article.
Section 2 will be for the U.S. utility scale BESS and storage market in general. Each of the following sections is for the major projects and other information for a single state and these sections are in alphabetical order by state, up through Florida. Part 3, to be posted next Tuesday, will cover the remaining states.
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Excerpts of a very documented Investor Presentation. Energy Transition to 2050 means - electrification x2.5 - wind x16 - solar x30 - batteries x30 Lots of copper, nickel, lithium...
Summary: I’ve seen evidence that the projects covered in similar earlier posts are making progress. I’ve also found an excellent DOE Source on Offshore Wind, linked below, and this will provide much of the content in this post.
Shared some thoughts at the World Hydrogen Congress in Amsterdam - which may interest the community in this brief interview:
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