Helping Renewables Shine On: Analyzing the New Business Cases Where Batteries Make Sense for Solar Systems

Deployment of solar installations is increasing on a global level with rising demand for distributed installations on residential and commercial sites. Energy storage in the form of batteries is a natural extension to solar installations, but have remained sidelined due to high costs. Meanwhile, sup...

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