Client: Clean Energy Group
Author: Liz Stanton, PhD
March 2019 Update
On behalf of the Clean Energy Group, Clinic Director and Senior Economist Liz Stanton, PhD, prepared an update to the Applied Economics Clinic’s July 2018 white paper on the same topic. Dr. Stanton assessed the cost-effectiveness of battery storage in Massachusetts, using the Massachusetts' efficiency program administrators' benefit-cost ratio methodology and found that both single- and multi-family batteries are found to be cost effective.
This white paper is part of a series of AEC publications on behalf of Clean Energy Group analyzing costs and benefits of battery storage in Massachusetts.