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Hurricanes Boost Interest in Residential Storage

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One year later Hurricanes Harvey and Maria crushed Texas and Puerto Rico, Florence became one of the ten costliest hurricanes in U.S. history. 

North Carolina is still reeling from severe flooding. And like Houston last year, the damage was made worse because of coastal growth policies — even while state scientists first sounded the alarm about rising sea levels. 

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Then, battery storage that is residential. All these storms are creating need for batteries. It’s changing solar. We’ll discuss how much.

And the billion-dollar pickup for Lucid Motors. Weren’t your Saudis supposed to take Tesla personal? How can they wind up throwing a 1 billion to electric car that is lesser-known company?

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Recommended reading:

New York Times: North Carolina, Warned of Rising Seas, Chose to Favor Development

GTM: Clean Energy Players Weather Florence

Forbes: Hurricane Florence Brings The Issue Of Coal Ash Back To The Surface

GTM: Residential Storage Has Jumped Ahead. Could Utilities Keep Up?

Bloomberg: Saudi Wealth Fund to Invest $1 Billion at Tesla's Rival Lucid

Vox: The Public Wants 100 percent Renewable Energy, along with Quick

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