- At the end of 2018, the United States had 862 MW of operating utility-scale battery storage power capacity and 1,236 MWh of battery energy capacity.
- In 2017, two vanadium flow battery systems were installed in the United States, totaling 4.4 MW of power capacity and 16 MWh of energy capacity.
- Assuming currently planned battery system additions are completed and no current operating capacity is retired, total utility-scale battery storage power capacity in the United States could exceed 2,500 MW by 2023.
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