Consolidated Edison and National Grid are experimenting with energy storage in New York.

ConEd is in the middle of several major projects to advance the state’s distributed grid, while working to add 300 MW of energy storage by 2023.

Storage is essential to New York’s long-term climate goals, ConEd REV Demonstration specialist Alison Kling said. It can be used as grid support, including for particular feeders, real power, reactive power, or as part of broader non-wires alternative goals, but it will also be important in the long-term as the state continues to add more renewable energy onto its grid.

Read more: How ConEd and National Grid are experimenting with energy storage in New York (utilitydive.com)

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