Electricity Storage in Regulated Markets: Getting the Rules Right
Blake Langdon and
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 6, 63-71
Electricity storage technologies are stymied by regulatory markets that are unable to fully monetize their benefits. Regulatory changes are needed. These changes include breaking out ancillary services from generation for purposes of planning and bidding, clarifying cost recovery for storage investments, and providing appropriate incentives for customer-based energy storage.
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