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    1. German offshore wind developer looks to Norway pumped hydro storage

      German offshore wind developer looks to Norway pumped hydro storage

      !f wind reaches 20-25% of electricity supply capacity, it could be meeting 100% of demand during off-peak times, making storage essential. “You need the Norwegians for that [for their pumped-hydro capacity]. … we have them on board, as Statoil, Statkraft are the partners of RWE on this project.” [said Vahrenholt of RWE Innogy]

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      Mentions: Norway Belgium Europe
    2. Opinion: Smart Grid = Coercion; Storage = consumer choice

      Opinion: Smart Grid = Coercion; Storage = consumer choice
      Demand response moves costs from the utilities to the consumer. Compelling a consumer to wash clothes at night, or pay premium rates for a more a convenient time, enables the utility to spend less to accommodate peak load. But compelling a consumer to either pay more or be regularly inconvenienced is a cost to that consumer. Distributed storage can solve the peak demand problem while not making the consumer pay.
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    3. Investments in new renewable plants exceeded fossil for first time

      Investments in new renewable plants exceeded fossil for first time
      Renewable energy is surpassing fossil fuels for the first time in new power-plant investments. Electricity from wind, sun, waves and biomass drew $187B last year compared with $157B for natural gas, oil and coal, according to Bloomberg. Accelerating installations of solar- and wind-power plants led to lower equipment prices, making clean energy more competitive with coal.
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      Mentions: Japan India U.S.
    4. Report by Harvard: boost energy R&D to $10B/yr (mentions storage)

      Report by Harvard: boost energy R&D to $10B/yr (mentions storage)
      Researchers from the Harvard Kennedy School have outlined a blueprint for an energy innovation boost in the United States, calling for the government to double investment and adopt policy changes when it comes to energy research, development, and demonstration.
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      Mentions: DoE India U.S.
    5. ENER1 INC Files SEC form 8-K, Entry into a Material Definitive Agreement, Creation of a Direct Financial Obligation o

      On November 16, 2011, Ener1, Inc. ("Ener1"), as borrower, entered into a $4,500,000 Loan Agreement (the "Loan Agreement") with Bzinfin S.A. ("Bzinfin"), as agent, certain investment funds managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, L.P. and Bzinfin, as lenders. The Loan Agreement provides for a $4,500,000 term loan, which Ener1 borrowed in full at closing on November 16, 2011. The term loan, which matures December 23, 2011, bears interest at LIBOR plus seven percent per annum. Ener1's obligations
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      Mentions: U.S. EnerDel Ener1
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