Delivered quarterly, the U.S. Energy Storage Monitor from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Energy Storage Association provides the industry’s only comprehensive research on energy storage markets, deployments, policies, regulations and financing in the U.S. These in-depth reports provide energy industry professionals, policymakers, government agencies and financiers with consistent, actionable insight into the burgeoning U.S. energy storage market.
Wood Mackenzie and ESA produce quarterly webinars that highlight key market movements and updated projections for the market; these accompany the free-to-access report executive summary. And ESA members receive an exclusive discount to the full report.
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The U.S. Energy Storage Monitor is offered quarterly in two versions– the executive summary and the full report. The executive summary is free and provides a bird’s eye view of the U.S. energy storage market and the trends shaping it. In contrast, the full report features state-by-state breakdowns and analysis on storage deployments, growth forecasts, policies helping or hindering growth, financing trends, and market strategies. It is available individually each quarter or as part of an annual subscription.
The Source of Energy Storage Information and Data for Hundreds of Media Outlets
The quarterly reports from the Energy Storage Association and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables (formerly GTM Research) are routinely cited by hundreds of media outlets as the authoritative source of energy storage industry data. International, national, local, and trade press outlets rely on the data to develop a better picture of where the industry is heading and how energy storage is being integrated into state resource planning and competitive markets.
About Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables (formerly GTM Research)
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