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United States Energy Storage Market Will Be 260MW In 2016

Author: Source: Datetime: 2016-12-13 12:31:24
GTM Research and the American Energy Storage Association (ESA) recently released the fourth quarter of 2016 monitoring report shows that the United States 2016 third quarter of the deployment of energy storage capacity of 16.4MW, covering all areas.
United States Energy Storage Market Will Be 260MW In 2016
GTM Research estimates that the US annual solar powered portable generator energy storage market will grow from 226MW in 2015 to 260MW in 2016 and more than 2GW in 2021, eight times the size of the 2016 market.

In the third quarter of 2016, energy storage deployment was 16.4 MW, down 75% from the same quarter in 2015.

Industrial application market energy storage deployment than the third quarter of 2015 decreased by 96%, which is since the second quarter of 2014, the first time there is no more than 1MW of projects on the line.

Self-use energy storage deployment remained stable, with the third quarter of 2015 compared to growth of 1%. The deployment of self-use energy storage accounted for 86% of the total electricity generation in the third quarter of 2016, a record high, and non-residential sector performance was strong.

The United States deployed 31.4 MWh in the third quarter of 2016, down 43% from 55.1 MWh in the third quarter of 2015, mainly due to poor performance in the previous quarter.
United States Energy Storage Market Will Be 260MW In 2016
PJM (New Jersey) and California accounted for 81% of US solar power generator  energy storage deployments.
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New Jersey accounted for 74% of the utility-scale market, mainly due to its frequency-modulated market deployment. GTM expects the market to shift to California in the next two quarters, as several utility purchases are on the line.

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