S&P Global Ratings’ research on battery storage technology covered by specialist press

Thanks to rising investments in renewable sources and the declining technological costs, advanced battery energy storage (ABES) technology has the potential to upend America’s existing power model. Some industry experts believe the country’s storage market could increase ninefold from 2017 to 2022.

S&P Global Ratings recently published a commentary series outlining where and when the power market can expect movement – concluding that states such as California, New York, and Massachusetts may be among the early movers. Predicting when the industry can expect change, however, partly depends on the economic rationale for battery storage becoming more established.

Following Moorgate’s outreach, the reports were covered by: Bloomberg, Infrastructure Investor, Windpower Engineering and Development, Rigzone, Energy Storage Networks, and The Energy Mix.


Image credit: CC Search user: Steve Bittinger (License)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.