The ACES Program will provide grants to entities to enable the installation of commercially viable energy storage technologies across a range of use cases, including those identified in the State of Charge report.
Successful applicants will propose projects that demonstrate the multiple benefits of energy storage (including those listed in the State of Charge report), showcase examples of future storage deployment in Massachusetts, help to grow the state’s energy storage economy, and contribute to Massachusetts’ continued clean energy innovation leadership.
MassCEC released a Request for Expressions of Interest survey to potential ACES applicants seeking additional applicant team members. A response to this survey is not required to submit a proposal to the ACES RFP. Responses are posted to the MassCEC website.
For full eligibility criteria, please refer to the ACES solicitation.