National labs, DOE, and technology developers join forces to standardize energy storage system performace

On February 28, 2012, we attended the first of a series of conference calls to develop a protocol for measuring and reporting the performance of energy storage systems (ESS) in the United States. On the call were 50 leaders from the energy storage industry, including representative of trade organiza...

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