Renewable energy — especially solar energy — growth is outpacing growth in all other energy sectors in Utah. While solar and wind have become some of the cheapest energy sources in the state, both are intermittent sources. Energy storage is critical to providing more energy during peak demand times and when the sun is down or the wind is still.
Utah has an opportunity to support energy storage innovation and technology while creating jobs and spurring economic development, improving Utah’s emergency preparedness, grid resiliency and air quality at the same time by passing SB 78 Energy Storage Innovation, Research and Grant Program Act
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