Utility Business Models for Grid Connected Storage Grid connected storage value streams Five factors impacting utility business models for storage Four utility case studiesMaking Energy Storage WorkEnergy storage has the potential to add great value to the grid, acting as both load and generation, providing support for renewable integration and delivering other customer benefits. But, incorporating energy storage into the grid means adjusting utility business models to account for this unique grid asset. More utilities are adopting energy storage solutions, including 21 who have included it in their integrated resource plans. How can utilities adjust their business models to reap the value of energy storage as storage prices decline? Download this report to see key factors impacting utility business models for storage, creative utility business model examples and four utility case studies.This report was developed in partnership with the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA).This report explores five key factors impacting utility business models, including: Monetizing Multiple Value StreamsIncorporating Storage as Part of a MicrogridAddressing Renewable Intermittency with Hybrid ConfigurationsStorage as a Non-Wires Alternative (NWA)Locational Constraints and Demand Cost ReductionUtility Business Models for Grid Connected StorageResearch reportName* First Last Email* Company*Title*Organization Type*UtilityCorporateGovernment, Non-Profit & Education Submit Sign me up to receive updates on Regulatory & Business Innovation?