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.  

State ESA Filings

September 06, 2018

ESA Comments on Colorado PUC 17M-0694E ERP

ESA submitted comments to the Public Utilities Commission of the State of Colorado on the Decision Opening a Repository Proceeding and Soliciting Input from Interested Participants issued on October 26, [...]Read More


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April 12, 2018

ESA Comments on Maryland Interconnection (RM 61)

The Energy Storage Association (“ESA”) respectfully submits the attached comments in response to the Public Service Commission’s (“Commission”) Notice of Rulemaking and Notice of Rulemaking Session filed on March 20, [...]Read More

February 02, 2018

ESA Letter of Support - CO SB 18-009

The Energy Storage Association (“ESA”) appreciates the opportunity to submit these comments in support of Senate Bill (“SB”) 18-009, a bill concerning the right of consumers of electricity to interconnection [...]Read More

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