BELD has been named as one of a select group of utilities that connected the most energy storage capacity to the grid in 2018, earning it a spot on the annual Top 10 utility industry list compiled by the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA).
In survey results released August 6, BELD ranked No. #4 nationally on the utility energy storage list, with 240.5 Watt-hours Per Customer installed in 2018.
The 12th Annual Utility Market Survey collected figures from over 500 utilities across the country.
The full Top 10 listings are available online at https://sepapower.org/2019-top-10-winners/
“The utilities in the Top 10 are truly spearheading the progress we’ve seen in the electric sector this past year,” said Julia Hamm, SEPA’s President and CEO. “It goes beyond just energy storage - they are implementing replicable business models and paving the way to a clean and modern energy future, something that won’t be possible without utilities’ leadership and cooperation.”
To learn more about the Energy Storage Top 10 Rankings, please contact Jordan Nachbar, JNachbar@sepapower.org or 202-559-2034
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