Grid Energy Storage

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Grid Energy Storage
U.S. Department of Energy






December 2013






Acknowledgements
We would like to acknowledge the members of the core team dedicated to developing this report
on grid energy storage: Imre Gyuk (OE), Mark Johnson (ARPA-E), John Vetrano (Office of
Science), Kevin Lynn (EERE), William Parks (OE), Rachna Handa (OE), Landis Kannberg
(PNNL), Sean Hearne & Karen Waldrip (SNL), Ralph Braccio (Booz Allen Hamilton).




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