Environmental Law ReSource

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This post was written by Donald G. Ousterhout and Amy S. Koch

California continues to lead the way on integration of renewable energy, improvement of grid reliability and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions with the adoption by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) of the first mandatory energy storage procurement targets in the nation. Additionally, with the requirement that a majority of storage resources be owned by third parties and a strong preference for utility-owned storage to be independently developed, the CPUC has created a substantial new market for energy project developers and energy storage equipment vendors.

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