Batteries Are Changing Residential Solar

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The solar industry is talking about battery storage almost as much as solar these days.

On this week's Interchange, we're addressing the shift toward storage in residential solar. Sunrun, a top installer, is at the forefront of the trend. In California, the company is adding storage to 20 percent of rooftop PV systems — and it believes other states will soon catch up.

Sunrun now thinks of itself as a grid services provider. We'll talk with Sunrun Chief Policy Officer Anne Hoskins about how this broadened focus influences the way it interacts with utilities, regulators and customers.

Shayle and Stephen will also talk about how batteries are changing the way consumers shop around for solar.

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Recommended reading:

  • Sunrun white paper: A B​etter System Created by the People, for the People
  • GTM: Sunrun Keeps Growing, While Prepping for a Whole New Grid Services Business

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