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Major PV & Storage Projects – 2021 vs. 2022
- Feb 9, 2023 10:47 pm GMT
This item is part of the 2023 Predictions and Anticipated Trends for the Power Industry - January/February, click here for more
In the earlier post described and linked below, I extracted the large PV and / or Battery Energy Storage projects that were completed in 2021 from a U.S. Energy Information Administration database. At that time, I indicated that I would repeat this process for large 2022 projects in early 2023. The tables below are a repeat of the primary table in the earlier post followed by the 2022 table.
PV and Storage, Fall 2022: I have tried to understand how many of the title projects are being developed over time, and probably have made some reasonable estimates of this via a database I created. The problem is, this is one strange market, with many different types of entities participating in it, a majority with different business methods. In the last section of this post, I describe some improvements in my methods, and the first outputs from my database after implementing these.
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