As the U.S. grid incorporates energy storage systems, ESA has worked to educate staff and commissioners at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on the role of energy storage in competitive energy markets. Our main priority is that federal regulators remove impediments and reward innovation in open markets for ancillary services, non-organized markets, and other applications for advanced energy storage technologies.


October 17, 2019

FERC Decides in Favor of Energy Storage Industry

Today the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued an order that PJM must place rules regarding the capacity qualification of energy storage resources in its tariff, siding with ESA’s complaint that such rules [...]Read More

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