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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)
ESA Joined with Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES), the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), and the National Hydropower Association (NHA) to send a letter to congressional leadership underscoring the [...]Read More
ESA and several companies sent a letter today to request Congress to adopt tax policies that foster economic opportunity and job creation by promoting a resilient, reliable, and cost-effective electric [...]Read More
ESA filed comments to FERC following the Secretary of Energy’s September 28, 2017 proposal, recommending that FERC not adopt the proposed rule. Instead, ESA recommends that FERC work with the [...]Read More
On Novemver 7, 2016, ESA sent a follow-up comment to IRS on Notice 2015-70. The ITC remains an important incentive for emerging energy technologies, including solar, wind, and other renewable energy [...]Read More
Since its inception 26 years ago, the ESA has promoted the development and commercialization of competitive and reliable electric storage delivery systems for use by electricity suppliers and their customers. [...]Read More
ESA sent a letter to Senator Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, and Senator Diane Feinstein, ranking member of the Subcommittee, to request support for [...]Read More
ESA submitted comments to the IRS to inform the development of official guidance pertaining to the definition of qualified energy property in the Internal Revenue Code and the treatment of [...]Read More
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