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    1. International Battery’s Utility-Scale Li-Ion Goes After Solar

      International Battery’s Utility-Scale Li-Ion Goes After Solar
      "What makes us different is that we develop and manufacture large-format prismatic lithium-ion cells using a water-based manufacturing process. We work with lithium-iron phosphate and lithium cobalt manganese, but we are chemistry agnostic -- we are not an inventor of lithium chemistries." said [former] CEO Almgren.
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      Mentions: PA GM U.S.
    2. Opinion: Storage Empowers Consumers, Smart Grid Punishes/Rewards

      Opinion: Storage Empowers Consumers, Smart Grid Punishes/Rewards
      [Smart Grid] Demand response does not empower anybody. It is about persuading electricity consumers to behave in a way they would prefer not to behave by imposing a system of economic rewards and punishments … The utilities should take the expense of back-up power off the backs of consumers and provide it as part of basic electricity service. This … gives consumers something of value and gives utilities a salable smart grid consumer benefit. The distributed storage units can become the information hubs of the smart grid, rather than the consumer home [with all the privacy issues].
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    3. GP Batteries (HK) Integrates its NiMH Storage with United Solar's (MI) PV Modules

      GP Batteries (HK) Integrates its NiMH Storage with United Solar's (MI) PV Modules
      On October 18th, 2011, United Solar (Mich.), a global manufacturer of lightweight, flexible thin-film solar modules, announced a new customer relationship under their Open Solar initiative with GP Solar, a GP Batteries company of Hong Kong, and an initial order of 600 kW of UNI-SOLAR photovoltaic (PV) cells.
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      Mentions: Hong Kong MI
    4. Schneider Buys Weather Forecaster: When to Charge & Drain Storage

      Schneider Buys Weather Forecaster: When to Charge & Drain Storage
      [weather forecasting could] estimate generation by distributed resources such as solar and wind. They're dependent on the weather also. Throw in some distributed storage. You’d know when to charge it and when to drain it to minimize cost and/or maximize efficiency. No wonder Schneider Electric has acquired Telvent … which offers global precision weather forecasting.
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      Mentions: France Schneider
    5. Germany has made US $274.6B available for energy storage etc.

      Germany has made US $274.6B available for energy storage etc.
      Underlining the government's seriousness in changing the country's energy matrix, Germany's Kreditanstalt fur Wiederaufbau (German Development Bank) will underwrite US$137.3B of renewable energy and energy efficiency investments over the next five years. Overall, the German government's 6th Energy Research Program has made US$274.6B available for joint funding initiatives in energy storage research over the next three years.
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      Mentions: Germany WA
    6. Alberta Study: Energy storage key for wind power producers

      Alberta Study: Energy storage key for wind power producers
      Alberta (Canada) wholesale power prices fluctuate every 10 minutes. The new study, released this week, examined generation from several wind farms and power prices during that period. It found wind farms could have increased their revenue by up to 43% if they had been able to store power and add it to the market as demand - and prices - increased. When prices were lower, they could recharge their storage.
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      Mentions: Canada
    7. Liquid Metal Battery Corp receives Licensing Executives Award

      Liquid Metal Battery Corp receives Licensing Executives Award
      MIT negotiated the IP terms of the initial sponsored-research agreement with Total S.A., and the subsequent license agreement with Liquid Metal Battery Corp. The combination of technology funding by a large entity, venture investment, and specific commercial diligence milestones allow each party to both manage risk and have the potential to extract value on a time horizon that fits that party’s business model and culture.
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      Mentions: DoE MIT Ambri
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