Coronavirus creates 31% downside scenario for 2020 baseline forecast for US BTM storage market

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Though COVID-19’s impacts came to North America weeks after disruption which occurred in Asia and Europe, the effects are now being felt across industries. The North American behind-the-meter energy storage market is no exception, with downside risk abounding from factors including commissioning/interconnection issues, sales challenges and supply issues. This insight examines the impacts that COVID-19 will have on the North American behind-the-meter storage market.

Selected key findings:

  • COVID-19 impacts create an estimated 31% downside in 2020 for the US BTM storage market vs. the previous baseline forecast.
  • Commissioning and interconnection is the prime challenge resulting from coronavirus.
  • Product supply remains less of an issue today.

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