Grid Storage Battery Cost Breakdown: Exploring Paths to Accelerate Adoption

The high capital cost of emerging grid storage technologies is the single largest barrier to their widespread adoption. Technology developers make bold claims about performance enhancements and economies of scale that will allow dramatic reductions in capital cost, yet costs remain prohibitively hig...

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