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    1. Maxwell Technologies Launches Advanced Energy Storage Power Delivery Solutions for Utility Grids

      Maxwell Technologies Launches Advanced Energy Storage Power Delivery Solutions for Utility Grids

      SAN DIEGO , June 27, 2018 -- Maxwell Technologies, Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of energy storage and power delivery solutions, today announced the launch of two new highly scalable products to deliver reliable, fast responding, long lifetime storage in grids and microgrids.

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    2. World's First Green Energy Storage Demonstrator

      World's First Green Energy Storage Demonstrator

      The world's first green energy storage demonstrator is now live in the UK and has brought carbon-free fuel, that can be stored or transported for later use, a step closer. The demonstrator project offers a way to decouple the supply of electricity (governed by fluctuating renewables) from the demand (driven by consumer dynamics) and is using renewable electricity to obtain hydrogen from water via electrolysis, nitrogen via air separation, and to power the Haber-Bosch process to make ammonia. Ammonia produced in this way can be a completely carbon-free and practical bulk energy source. Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-06-world-green-energy-storage.html#jCp

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      Mentions: Siemens UK Bosch
    3. Wärtsilä, Hyundai Sign Deal to Use EV Batteries for Energy Storage

      Wärtsilä, Hyundai Sign Deal to Use EV Batteries for Energy Storage

      Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has signed a long-term partnership agreement with Hyundai Motor Group to utilise second-life EV batteries for use in the growing energy storage market. Wärtsilä bills itself as a “global leader in smart technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets” and boasts 67 GW worth of installed power plants in 177 countries around the globe.

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    4. Kauai Utility Moves Ahead with Tesla, AES Storage on Road to 70% Renewables

      Kauai Utility Moves Ahead with Tesla, AES Storage on Road to 70% Renewables

      Large energy storage projects paired with solar are key to Kauai Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) reaching its renewable goals — the utility expects to reach 70% by the end of next year. Last week, the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved a 19.3 MW solar facility and 70 MWh battery energy storage system to be located on the Pacific Missile Range Facility. AES Distributed Energy will build the project on land leased from the Department of Defense.

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    5. EDF's Completed 49MW Battery System Brings Nearly All EFR Projects Over the Line

      EDF's Completed 49MW Battery System Brings Nearly All EFR Projects Over the Line

      EDF has completed one of the UK’s largest battery storage projects, bringing online the 49MW West Burton B project to provide Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) services for transmission operator National Grid. Only one project remains incomplete of the eight to have won contracts with the transmission system operator back in August 2016, with Foresight’s 35MW project at the Port of Tyne expected to begin operation in August.

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    6. Episode 848: The World's Biggest Battery : Planet Money : NPR

      Episode 848: The World's Biggest Battery : Planet Money : NPR

      California is generating a ton of solar power--some days, more than people can use. It could power the whole state soon, except for one problem: There's no way to hold on to all that energy at night. Some of the country's biggest energy companies are trying to figure out how to store the power. They're buying giant lithium batteries, and imagining ways to tap the batteries in electric cars. But there's another option. 

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    7. ESA CEO Statement on Massachusetts Senate Bill 2545 – An Act to Promote a Clean Energy Future

      ESA CEO Statement on Massachusetts Senate Bill 2545 – An Act to Promote a Clean Energy Future

      The Energy Storage Association (ESA) is encouraged by the inclusion of energy storage in legislation passed by the Massachusetts Senate last night. Establishing a separate energy storage target, as Senate Bill 2545 would require, would ensure that the Commonwealth maintains a leadership position next to California, New York, New Jersey, and Arizona in the drive to realizing the vision of 35 GW of energy storage by 2025. Moreover, along with complementary policies already in place, an energy storage target will help the Commonwealth to realize the immense ratepayer savings and increased grid resilience that energy storage resources can provide.

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    8. Is New Hampshire on the Verge of Battery Energy Storage History?

      Is New Hampshire on the Verge of Battery Energy Storage History?

      small investor-owned utility in New Hampshire may be on the verge of regulatory approval for one of the most ambitious U.S. tests yet of utility-owned, customer-sited battery energy storage systems. In the process, regulators and stakeholders of the DE 17-189 proceeding are wrestling with a question of vital interest to the rest of the 3,000-plus U.S. utilities: Should a utility own customer-sited storage or is it a distributed energy resource (DER) that should be left to private sector providers?

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    9. 5 Things Utilities Should Consider for Energy Storage

      5 Things Utilities Should Consider for Energy Storage

      Across the country, increased energy storage deployments are being spurred by customers looking to gain more control over their energy bills and utilities aiming to build resilience and flexibility into their grid operations. Grid flexibility has always been important, but its significance continues to grow as more and more variable generation is added to the grid — primarily in the form of wind and solar.

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    10. Irish State-Owned Utility ESB Buys 7MWh Stake in UK Grid Storage

      Irish State-Owned Utility ESB Buys 7MWh Stake in UK Grid Storage

      Irish state utility ESB has confirmed its entry into the UK grid-scale energy storage market with the purchase of a 7MWh facility from developer Anesco. ESB (Electricity Supply Board) has acquired the Mill Farm battery storage project, based near Grantham in Lincolnshire, east central England, for an undisclosed sum, the two companies confirmed this morning.

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    11. How NYPA is Taking ‘First Mover’ Position on EVs, Energy Storage and the Digital Grid

      How NYPA is Taking ‘First Mover’ Position on EVs, Energy Storage and the Digital Grid

      As the largest state-owned public utility in America, in one of the most progressive states in the country, the New York Power Authority doesn’t have the option of taking a “wait and see” approach on cleantech. Plus, NYPA’s business model enables it to invest in and deploy new technologies in bold ways, according to President and CEO Gil Quiniones.

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    12. US Army Wants Better Energy Storage, US Lab Delivers 3x Better

      US Army Wants Better Energy Storage, US Lab Delivers 3x Better

      The US Army is behind a new research project at the Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory that aims to send lithium-ion batteries spinning into a new era of high capacity energy storage. Among other things, that means more wind and solar grid integration, and that’s kind of funny considering that right now DOE is making yet another stab at finding a way to save old coal and nuclear power plants from the dust bin of history. Good luck with that!

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    13. Viridity Energy Breaks Ground on Two 20 MWh Battery Storage Projects in New Jersey

      Viridity Energy Breaks Ground on Two 20 MWh Battery Storage Projects in New Jersey

      Viridity Energy Solutions Inc. (“Viridity”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:ORA) and a leader in energy storage, is pleased to announce groundbreaking on two 20 MW / 20 MWh standalone utility-connected battery energy storage projects that the company will own and operate in New Jersey. As previously announced, Viridity and Ormat teams are providing the project engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services. The combined projects, interconnected with Jersey Central Power and Light’s transmission grid, will provide real-time frequency regulation as well as other ancillary services to the grid operator, PJM Interconnection. Viridity expects to begin operation of both systems in late 2018.

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    14. EDF Renewables Signs Agreement with Alliant Energy to Advance Iowa's Renewable Energy Leadership

      EDF Renewables Signs Agreement with Alliant Energy to Advance Iowa's Renewable Energy Leadership

      -EDF Renewables and Alliant Energy’s Iowa energy company today announced the signing of contracts by which EDF Renewables will develop and construct up to 200 megawatts (MW) of the Golden Plains Wind Project. Golden Plains Wind Project is located in Winnebago and Kossuth counties in the north central portion of Iowa. The Project is expected to create 150+ construction jobs as well as inject millions of dollars in economic benefits to the local area. The project will be completed by early 2020 and is expected to produce enough clean energy to power 87,000 average homes a year.

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    15. Microgrids Benefit from New Jersey's Push for More Renewables and Energy Storage

      Microgrids Benefit from New Jersey's Push for More Renewables and Energy Storage

      New Jersey’s town center microgrids are poised to enter their next stage, enhanced by a series of state strategies to catalyze distributed energy. Selected for funding last year, the 13 town center microgrid proposals are now in the final stages of producing feasibility studies. 

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    16. Stem, Inc. Selected by Sheraton Waikiki for AI-Driven Energy Storage

      Stem, Inc. Selected by Sheraton Waikiki for AI-Driven Energy Storage

      Sheraton Waikiki has selected Stem, Inc., the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-powered energy storage, to provide energy storage services in support of the global hotel leader’s environmental sustainability planning. The 500 kWh system at the Sheraton Waikiki, which is owned by Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, will be the largest customer-sited system to participate in a utility program in Hawaii, and will play a maverick role in the transition of Hawaiian Electric’s grid management. “Intelligent energy storage is the next step in Sheraton’s environmental sustainability projects, because it enables us to take control of our energy usage and fully realize the value of our other recent energy investments,” said Eric Au, area director of engineering, Marriott Resorts and Hotels in Hawaii and French Polynesia. “The Stem platform provides the hotel real-time energy optimization in our planning and operating decisions, while enabling the community around our facilities to smooth the variability and integration of higher penetrations of renewable energy.”

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      Mentions: CA France HI
    17. UK Power Reserve Partners with Global Energy Storage Provider Fluence to Deliver 60MW Battery Storage for UK Grid

      UK Power Reserve Partners with Global Energy Storage Provider Fluence to Deliver 60MW Battery Storage for UK Grid

      SOLIHULL, England & ARLINGTON, Va.--(Business Wire)--UK Power Reserve is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Fluence, a market-leading global provider of energy storage technology and services, to deliver the first phase of its 120MW battery storage portfolio. This partnership represents the single largest energy storage portfolio transaction with one technology provider announced in the UK to date. Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3811487#ixzz5IFO01Nqz

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