- Sep 11, 2019 4:15 am GMT
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The US energy storage market sent a mixed message, according to Wood Mackenzie. Deployments, which reached an all time high in the first quarter, dropped almost in half to 76 megawatts in the second quarter. Slower than expected rampups with large projects and the impact of the Chinese tariffs were two reasons for the slowdown. On the plus side, a record 35 megawatts of US residential storage was deployed in the second quarter. Do the numbers surprise you? What is your impression of the market volatility and immediate future?