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ESA engages with officials at the White House and across the Departments to educate on energy storage technologies markets and inform federal activities promoting energy storage. In addition, ESA educates Members of Congress on energy storage technologies and the U.S. industry, building broad and bipartisan support for initiatives on storage to address a variety of public policy priorities.
Federal ESA Filings (for archival and reference purposes only)
Yesterday, ESA sent a letter to the House Appropriations Energy & Water Subcommittee recommending $581 million in Fiscal Year 2022 appropriations as part of a multi-year strategy to elevate federal energy storage [...]Read More
ESA responded to the request for information issued yesterday by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) regarding risks in the battery supply chain. ESA expressed broad support of DOE’s efforts to reduce [...]Read More
More than 150 organizations today sent a letter to U.S. House and Senate leaders requesting they include bipartisan legislation that would make standalone storage projects eligible for the investment tax [...]Read More
The U.S. Energy Storage Association today sent a letter urging Congress to include bipartisan legislation that would make standalone storage projects eligible for the investment tax credit (ITC) in the upcoming infrastructure [...]Read More
The U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) joined more than 70 companies, trade associations, and other stakeholders across the energy spectrum to ask Senate leadership to pass the American Energy Innovation [...]Read More
In response to the Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Storage Grand Challenge draft roadmap and associated Request for Information, ESA submitted broadly supportive comments outlining high-level considerations to ensure that [...]Read More
ESA filed comments requesting that the Department of Energy (DOE) implement the Executive Order on Securing the Bulk Power System in a manner that focuses on reducing regulatory uncertainty and [...]Read More
ESA joined a diverse set of organizations to send a letter to Leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives urging them to place legislation addressing energy and climate technology and [...]Read More
ESA’s CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman wrote today to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in full support of the nominations of Commissioner Mark C. Christie and Ms. Allison Clements to [...]Read More
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