We need long-duration storage for a cleaner and reliable grid. Here’s how policymakers can help.

May 21, 2024

The United States is in the midst of a clean energy revolution being driven by two converging dynamics — the increasing competitiveness of clean energy resources such as wind and solar, and the growing understanding that we must dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions if we are to have any hope of slowing the warming of the planet.

The rise of renewable energy technologies has been profound and is making a substantial difference. But, as we transition to meet low- and zero-emissions targets, we need to ensure that we meet head on the challenges to maintaining the reliability of our electric grid, including unprecedented electricity demand growth, increasingly ferocious bouts of extreme weather and the changing resource mix itself.

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