California considers making grid energy storage mandatory

California Assembly Member Nancy Skinner recently proposed a new grid energy storage bill to the California Assembly in February 2010. The law would require utilities to procure new energy storage systems to account for 2.25% of the state's peak electrical load by 2014 and 5% of peak by 2020. It wou...

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