Kona Brewing Company Signs PPA for Solar-Plus-Battery Storage

Kona Brewing Company Signs PPA for Solar-Plus-Battery Storage

Kona Brewing Company signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with EnSync, Inc. and its subsidiary Holu Energy to build a solar-plus-battery storage system for a new brewery being constructed in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The installation is expected to meet a quarter of the brewery’s electricity needs.

Hawaii Organizations Save with New PPA Program

Hawaii Organizations Save with New PPA Program

Polynesian Cultural Center in Hawaii, a nonprofit focusing on the arts and crafts of Polynesia, will install a set of photovoltaic and inverter systems totaling 413 kilowatts (kw), with flexibility to install additional systems and features, via a PPA with EnSync Energy Systems. The agreement … Read more…

Tesla Proposes its Largest Energy Storage Project: 1.1 GWh in the California Desert

Tesla Proposes its Largest Energy Storage Project: 1.1 GWh in the California Desert

  Tesla has partnered with California’s Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) to submit a proposal for Tesla’s largest energy storage project to date; one that’s capable of producing up to 1.1GWh. According to Popular Mechanics, the two entities want to build a lithium-ion battery energy … Read more…

Kauai Utility is Showing How Battery Storage Can Make Renewable Energy a Reality

Kauai Utility is Showing How Battery Storage Can Make Renewable Energy a Reality

  Battery storage is helping Hawaii’s Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) reach its goal of 70% renewable energy by 2030 — and quickly. According to utilitydive.com, as recently as 2011, more than 90% of KIUC’s energy was coming from diesel generation. But because of battery … Read more…

Product Announcement: Azelio Launches On-Demand Energy Storage Technology

Product Announcement: Azelio Launches On-Demand Energy Storage Technology

  Swedish solar company Azelio recently launched a demonstrator of its unique technology for solar energy storage. The technology generates clean electricity on demand in a distributed way. It has modularity benefits and the company claims it is more cost efficient than competing technologies, including … Read more…

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

Oak Ridge National Laboratory unveiled what it calls the world’s most powerful and smartest scientific supercomputer. Built for the US Department of Energy, Summit will be eight times more powerful than the lab’s previous top-ranked system Titan, ORNL says. “Summit will provide unprecedented computing power … Read more…

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