Energy Intelligence Partners (EIP), a consulting firm based out of Chapel Hill, N.C., has formally launched an energy storage practice to help clients address new challenges and pursue growing opportunities in the stationary energy storage market.
Through its new energy practice, EIP aims to help companies developing energy storage solutions, renewable energy developers, and groups wanting to leverage energy storage to enhance their own offerings.
The firm says it provides clients with services aimed at capitalizing on the transforming nature of the market, including opportunity analysis and financial modeling for solar/storage and wind/storage projects.
“By formalizing a practice area where we see continued growth and interest, we are expanding our reach to help clients navigate the complex nature of the energy storage industry – both in front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter,” says Dr. Ron DiFelice, partner at EIP. “Our clients benefit from our grid-edge and energy storage experience, which spans technical, market and business know-how gained through years of founding, developing, operating, and investing in energy storage companies and assets.”