According to the U.S. Department of Energy about 930 Gigawatt of energy storage power and 6-7 hours of capacity would cover the United States’ demand for electricity.
Govenor Kathy Hochul announces a new framework that would place New York State in the leading position of energy storage. Thereby showing the way for other states in the country.
6 Gigawatt is a good step on the way to power the country with renewable electricity.
Find the facts of an energy storage scenario in the US
The U.S. Department of Energy suggests a setting where 94% of the electricity comes from renewable sources. The so called 6th paper is authorized by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and is available at NREL.