Crackdowns on Solar Net-Metering Are Building a Market for Home Batteries

first_imgCrackdowns on Solar Net-Metering Are Building a Market for Home Batteries FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Dana Hull for Bloomberg News:Net-metering policies, which allow residential solar customers to sell their excess solar electricity back to utilities, have limited the appeal of home batteries in many states. But that’s shifting: Net metering is being phased out in some states, making storage more attractive. “The picture is rapidly changing across several markets,” said Yayoi Sekine, an analyst for Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “Changes to net-metering policies and implementation of time-of-use rates will improve the case for residential energy storage systems going forward.”Net-metering policies, which allow residential solar customers to sell their excess solar electricity back to utilities, have limited the appeal of home batteries in many states. But that’s shifting: Net metering is being phased out in some states, making storage more attractive. “The picture is rapidly changing across several markets,” said Yayoi Sekine, an analyst for Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “Changes to net-metering policies and implementation of time-of-use rates will improve the case for residential energy storage systems going forward.”Full article: Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting U.S. Marketlast_img

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