Is The Best Analogy For The Energy Storage Business--Eeek!--Hard Drives?

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The optimism in the energy storage industry is based on soaring demand, rapid technological advances, expanding capacity and, for some, what will likely be a scary competitive environment. First, the good news. Lithium ion battery packs over the last ten years have declined faster than the cost of solar, said John [...]
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