Page Title: FuturePundit: Utility Battery Projects Driven By Price Drops

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Page Text: For large electric power storage projects the cost of batteries has plummeted. 2008, when battery prices were 10 times higher than they are today. This advance is timely as photovoltaic electric power prices have dropped so far that in SoCal PV is causing a growing drop in mid-day demand and therefore a much bigger spike in evening demand. Therefore there's a growing need for a cheaper way to store power generated in mid day and deliver it in the evening. You can see how much solar power output surges each day in California by clicking on some of the Daily Renewables Watch links at the Cal ISO site (the organization that manages California's electric grid). The growing supply of wind and especially solar power is causing a huge decrease in demand for non-renewable energy in mid-day in California. This is known as the renewable duck curve and it will place a limit on the growth of solar power unless battery costs fall far enough to enable use of solar power during evenings.

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