Regulations can be designed so that energy storage systems charge up with excess electricity from wind and solar, which is a step toward making storage cleaner. petrmalinak/Shutterstock

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a draft roadmap Tuesday for its Energy Storage Grand Challenge, first announced in January, which aims to develop and bring to market​ the next generation of energy storage technologies.

The program also aims to advance a domestic supply chain for energy storage, something that has gotten increasing attention, analysts say, in the wake of disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

DOE is seeking public input by Aug. 21 to help inform the activities proposed under the draft roadmap.

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