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Lithium-ion Battery Energy Storage Powers Remote Island

William Opalka

Toshiba delivered battery energy storage systems integrating the company’s SCiB lithium-ion secondary battery to Kyushu Electric Power for a demonstration project to expand introduction of renewable energy sources on remote islands. The systems have been installed in substations on Tanegashima Island and Amamioshima Island, in Kagoshima prefecture, and will be used to demonstrate the integration   …Continue Reading


Eos Energy Storage Spends $1M to Boost Znyth Batteries

Linda Hardesty

Eos Energy Storage plans to ramp up manufacturing with the support of a $1 million award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Eos has a manufacturing partnership with Incodema to begin MW-scale production of the company’s zinc hybrid cathode (Znyth) battery technology. The NYSERDA award supports investment in equipment that   …Continue Reading


Connecticut Utility Pilots Energy Storage

Linda Hardesty

Ice Energy has installed two Ice Bears at commercial businesses for Connecticut’s United Illuminating Company (UI) as a pilot project through the Energize Connecticut initiative to demonstrate the potential of the Ice Bear to reduce peak electric demand. The Ice Bears were installed at two businesses located in Orange, Conn. Each Ice Bear unit was   …Continue Reading


Moniz: Solar, Battery Tech as Transformative as Oil and Gas

Leon Walker

The development of battery storage technology coupled with rooftop solar power generation could be as big an improvement to the US economy as the oil and gas boom, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has told Bloomberg News. The technologies are growing “very, very fast” Moniz (pictured) told the news service at the IHS CERAWeek conference in Houston.   …Continue Reading


6 NY Energy Storage Groups Receive Funds

Linda Hardesty

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology (NY-BEST) groups awarded $1.4 million to six companies working on new technologies in battery and energy storage. The funding will help leverage a total private investment of $2 million. The funding will help to transition new energy   …Continue Reading


Energy Storage Market Sees Funding Boom

Leon Walker

Large flows of money into nascent energy storage projects is a sign of the boom the market should experience in the next few years, reports Forbes. Green Charge Networks, an energy storage installer that specializes in lithium-ion batteries, this week announced that it has secured a $10 million fund from TIP Capital to finance projects.   …Continue Reading


RMI Report Predicts Demise of Existing Utility Business

Linda Hardesty

Solar-plus-storage represents a fundamentally new paradigm, according to a new report “The Economics of Grid Defection.” While other distributed generation options still require some degree of grid dependence, solar-plus-storage provides an opportunity for customers to cut the cord to their utility entirely. The report, coming from Rocky Mountain Institute, HOMER Energy and CohnReznick Think Energy,   …Continue Reading


Agrion Names its ‘Disrupt 25+’

William Opalka

A company that cut energy and water use at a data center by 80 percent and set a record in power use effectiveness (PUE) is the first one to be featured as one of the most disruptive startups in a clean energy and sustainability ranking. Agrion Americas assembled over 100 leading innovators in cleantech and sustainability from finance,   …Continue Reading


Princeton Power Supplies Inverters for CODA Energy Storage

Linda Hardesty

CODA Energy has selected Princeton Power Systems to supply power inverters along with CODA’s energy storage product for commercial office buildings. CODA Energy is addressing ever-increasing demand charges for commercial buildings in markets in the Northeast and California, including New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, through energy storage. By using   …Continue Reading


DECC Awards $13.3M for Energy Storage R&D

Linda Hardesty

A $13.3 million contract has been awarded to a partnership of Viridor Waste Management and Highview Power Storage as part of the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change’s innovation competition to support energy storage technology research and development. Viridor and Highview will use the funding to develop a technology to store air in a   …Continue Reading


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