Update From The Field January 2018:
Opportunities for Energy Storage in the Northeast United States

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary (2)

Table of figures (4)

New regulations and initiatives discussed this month (5)

Americas (5)

Europe (5)

Australia (6)

Projects updates and announcements (6)

Overview of the 2017 market for utility-scale energy storage projects (6)

Projects announced this month (7)

Americas (7)

Europe (8)

Australia (8)

Africa (8)

Projects commissioned this month (8)

Americas (8)

Great Britain (9)

Projects tendered this month (9)

Focus of the month: Opportunities for Energy Storage in the Northeast United States (10)

Massachusetts and ISO New England (11)

Energy Storage Mandates, Targets, and Incentives in Massachusetts (11)

Energy Storage Capacity in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (14)

New York and NY ISO (16)

Energy Storage Mandates, Targets, and Incentives in New York (17)

Energy Storage Capacity in the State of New York (19)

Energy Storage in Massachusetts and ISO New England’s Energy Market (21)

Frequency Regulation (24)

Forward Capacity Market (26)

Demand Response (28)

Table of figures

Figure 1: Utility scale energy storage projects announced and commissioned for 2017 and beginning of 2018 (7)

Figure 2. Operating and Planned Utility-scale Battery Energy Storage in the United States (10)

Figure 3. Summary of Energy Storage Incentive Programs in Massachusetts (11)

Figure 4. Massachusetts large-scale (³ 1 MW) energy storage projects (currently operational) (15)

Figure 5. Massachusetts large-scale (³ 1 MW) energy storage projects (announced in 2017) (16)

Figure 6. Summary of Energy Storage Incentive Programs in New York (17)

Figure 7. New York large-scale (³ 1 MW) energy storage projects (currently operational) (20)

Figure 8. New York large-scale (³ 1 MW) energy storage projects (announced in 2017) (20)

Figure 9. Brief schema of attractive services in New England’s Electricity Market for energy storage (22)

Figure 10. Summary of interesting services and their requirements for energy storage in ISO New England’s Energy Market (23)

Figure 11. ISO New England Wholesale Market Values and Ancillary Services for 2016 (23)

Figure 12. ISO-New England FCM payments during each capacity commitment period (27)

Figure 13. ISO-New England FCM capacity during each capacity commitment period (28)