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State legislatures and regulators have been the key drivers of energy storage policy over the past several years, with energy policies and decisions related to our local electric power distribution systems are primarily made by state legislators and regulators.  

ESA’s policy team, with the help of our members and allies on the ground, are engaging with state commissions, legislatures and governor’s offices to open up the storage market.  

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April 05, 2021

ESA Comments on Connecticut Energy Storage Program

ESA and the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC) co-filed a summary brief in Connecticut Public Utility Regulation Authority’s (PURA) docket on its Energy Storage Straw Proposal. The straw proposal includes upfront [...]Read More

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