United States is heading towards 100 percent clean and green energy transition as the rest of the world and is also expected to dominate the energy sector as it does now with fossil fuels.
United States has been shifting towards renewable energy citing concerns for the climate change. This shift has however been received with mixed reactions from the various sectors of public. However, the data from the 2nd quarter of 2019 shows that there has been a substantial hike in residential energy storage which is the highest hike United States has ever seen in a quarter. This hike is a result of huge employment of the Solar panels on residential properties as the energy prices go up with the energy sector going through a transitional phase. This is also a result of growing concerns among the people about the environment and people wanting to contribute to make the world a clean and better place to live. While residential storage is booming like never before, that success is not matched by the remaining sectors, though that does depend on how one defines success. This is because year-over-year energy storage deployments are up 20%, however the market fell 49% quarter-over-quarter. This Fall is mostly driven by a stagnation in FTM deployment, as residential/non-residential figures are modestly smaller than their Q1 peers.
With this data, the world should know that United States is working truly relentlessly to dominate the Energy sector as stated by their Energy secretary. Although U.S. energy is yet to see a major breakthrough, these small steps make a difference.