Load-Leveling Market Boom?

The U.S. market for load-leveling equipment—for storage by utilities and others who generate electricity at off-peak times for use when needed—is poised to take off, according to Business Communications Co. The market was only $11 million in 2001, but could top $1.2 billion in 2006.

03/01/2002


The U.S. market for load-leveling equipment—for storage by utilities and others who generate electricity at off-peak times for use when needed—is poised to take off, according to Business Communications Co. The market was only $11 million in 2001, but could top $1.2 billion in 2006. This would mean an average growth of more than 150% per year over the five-year period.

From Pure Power, Spring 2002.





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