Congrats, we did it! Solar and wind are now the cheapest sources of electricity in the U.S. Now we just have to sit back and let the market do the work, right?

Not so fast. It’s true that wind and solar are the cheapest when they’re providing electrons. But the wind doesn’t blow everywhere all the time, and the sun sets every day, so renewable project developers have to find ways to store that power.

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