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    1. Report by IDC: 'Business Strategy: Distribution Optimization Coming in Waves'

      Report by IDC: 'Business Strategy: Distribution Optimization Coming in Waves'
      "Distributed renewable generation, energy storage, and electric vehicles increase network complexity, which will be adapted to, in part, through a redesign of the centralized command and control structure. Operators will need to shift from actively monitoring all distribution network activity to handling critical exceptions while relinquishing routine decision making to automated systems," said Marcus Torchia, IDC Energy Insights research manager, Intelligent Grid Strategies.
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    2. Beacon Power Announces Q2 2011 Results

      Beacon Power Announces Q2 2011 Results
      -- Increased revenue by 216%, from $166,000 in the second quarter of 2010 to $525,000 in the second quarter of 2011. -- For the six months ended June 30, 2011, revenue increased by $569,000, or 142%, compared to the first six months of 2010. -- Entered into a collaboration and development agreement with a subsidiary of the Gaelectric Group of Ireland, a significant wind developer worldwide. -- Achieved full 20 MW capacity at the Company's Stephentown, New York, plant in June 2011.
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      Mentions: NY UK Beacon Power
    3. Xcel Testing 20 x 50kW Batteries on Grid

      Xcel Testing 20 x 50kW Batteries on Grid
      “It allowed us to sight the battery on property at a switching station, run cable to their substation, and provide us access to their voltage transformers to get our power on and off the grid,” Xcel said. The 20 50-kilowatt battery modules combined are the size of two semi trailers and weigh almost 80 tons. They are able to store more than 7 megawatt-hours of electricity, with a charge and discharge capacity of one megawatt.
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    4. Interview about Vanadium

      Interview about Vanadium
      recently its vanadium's status as a strategic metal, and its use in vanadium redox flow batteries, have caught people's attention. Vanadium redox flow batteries are distinguished from fuel cells because the chemical reaction is reversible, meaning that they can be recharged without replacing the electroactive material. Also, the power and energy density of the batteries are independent of each other.
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      Mentions: DoE NV Africa
    5. Strategic Agreement for Chinese Offshore Wind Power

      Strategic Agreement for Chinese Offshore Wind Power
      The cooperation between Ming Yang and CTGNE will focus on offshore wind power development in Guangdong, giving Ming Yang preferential supplier status in China Three Gorges New Energy Corp. wind power projects in Guangdong. Furthermore, the agreement sets the possible supply of Ming Yang EPC solutions for CTGNE wind power projects, and paves the way for domestic and international wind power projects development in the future.
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    6. 1MW Solar Project for Oahu, HI

      1MW Solar Project for Oahu, HI
      Forest City Hawaii and Hawaiian Electric Company have reached a power purchase agreement for up to one megawatt of solar photovoltaic (PV) power to be generated at the Kapolei Sustainable Energy Park in Kapolei, Oahu. Hoku Solar, a subsidiary of Hoku Corporation (NASDAQ: HOKU), will design and install the project using more than 4,200 solar panels atop a concrete racking system.
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    7. PG&E and Sempra Contract for 150MW from Expansion of Copper Mountain Solar

      PG&E and Sempra Contract for 150MW from Expansion of Copper Mountain Solar
      Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Sempra Generation have entered into a 25-year contract for 150MW of renewable power from an expansion of Sempra Generation's Copper Mountain Solar complex in Boulder City, Nev. The first 92 MW of solar panels at Copper Mountain Solar 2 are expected to be installed by January 2013, with the remaining 58 MW slated for completion by 2015. PG&E has the option to accelerate the commercial operation date of the second phase.
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