Solar plus storage: gaining steam on both supply and demand

Though previously a high-priced fantasy, storage packaged with solar on a distributed basis is gaining momentum. From the supply side, installer/financier SolarCity is working with electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla – the two companies share a common Chairman, Elon Musk – on a distributed storage p...

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