Peter Maloney, Utility Dive
June 6, 2017
A new report examines Hawaii and Maryland as examples of a trend in state energy storage incentives.
Nevada earlier this month became the fourth state to adopt an energy storage incentive.
The Silver State joins California, New Jersey and Maryland, which in April passed a bill creating a 30% tax credit for energy storage devices, as the only states to have put storage incentives in place. And at least two other states, Hawaii and Massachusetts, are moving toward energy storage incentives.
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