Energy Loop blogs by Jonathan Hart

Customers and the grid can benefit from distributed energy storage systems

In 2010, California became the first state to mandate energy storage procurement with targets for each major investor-owned utility with the objective of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, cutting peak electric demand, deferring or substituting for investments in generation or grid assets and improving overall grid reliability.

Businesses and energy utilities in New York, Massachusetts, Maine and California are reducing grid consumption and saving money

Presented at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Conference, Aug. 21-26, 2016 - View Presentation

Small thermal energy storage (TES) systems are opening a new frontier in electrical use and power grid management.

About Jonathan Hart

Jonathan Hart is a CSE project associate with the Self-Generation Incentive Program and an expert on distributed generation and energy storage technologies.