Photovoltaic & Storage, Late 2021 - Part 1
- Dec 14, 2021 4:07 pm GMT
The last post on this subject was in September, just two short months from when I’m starting to work on this post. In that post I opined: Solar Energy’s amazing development and rapidly exploding deployments can only lead me to believe that it will accept a lion’s share of renewable energy’s displacement of greenhouse gas (GHG) emitting electric energy sources. No different opinion at this point.
This first post will be on non-project related developments, for Photovoltaic and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS). The second post, two days after this one, will be for all recent or upcoming projects in the U.S. of at least 150 MW.
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