DOE, partners announce agreement to speed commercialization of long-duration energy storage

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The U.S. Department of Energy and partners seeking to speed the commercialization of long-duration energy storage announced Wednesday a two-year memorandum of understanding, or MOU, to support the development and domestic manufacture of technologies to meet all U.S. market demands by 2030.

The partnership brings together the Department of Energy with industry experts for “milestone-driven activities and engagements,” said Anna Siefken, senior advisor for the Office of Technology Transitions.

Parties to the agreement include DOE’s Office of Technology Transitions, the Edison Electric Institute, Electric Power Research Institute and Long Duration Energy Storage Council.

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