by Brian Eckhouse, Bloomberg
Demand for residential energy-storage is surging in the U.S., with more capacity installed in the second quarter than in all of 2017.
Consumers installed home batteries with 57.5 megawatt-hours of storage capacity last quarter, according to a report Wednesday from the Energy Storage Association and Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables. That’s more than the 39.8 megawatt-hours added during all of last year. It was also the first time residential storage exceeded big utility-scale projects, which totaled 51 megawatt-hours for the quarter.
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