The Future of Solar-Plus-Storage in the U.S. and California

The idea of combining solar photovoltaics with energy storage for retail electricity customers in the U.S. has received tremendous attention in anticipation of the first wave of growth in markets such as California and Hawaii.  Annual market value in dollars is expected to grow from $42 million in 2014 to more than $1 billion by 2018.   California, New Jersey and New York have upfront incentive programs for behind-the-meter solar-plus-storage. California’s Small Generation Incentive Program, in particular, has facilitated the deployment of several megawatts’ worth of solar-plus-storage to date.  This slide-based report focuses on behind-the-meter segments of residential and non-residential solar-plus-storage market, including market drivers and barriers, end-customer economics, the evolving vendor ecosystem, and a market outlook. It covers the U.S. markets, with detailed economic analysis presented for California, Hawaii and New York. This report is available on a for-purchase basis.

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