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    1. Opinion: Govt should fund storage research; not manufacturing

      Opinion: Govt should fund storage research; not manufacturing
      Achieving next-generation storage will take years. False starts will abound. Partial breakthroughs will need to be freely shared. Such long-horizon projects are anathema to the private sector, but well-suited to government support, with the U.S., Germany, China and Japan leading the way … Taking fewer risks on the factory floor, and more in the research lab, would be the wisest use of government money.
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      Mentions: Japan DoE U.S.
    2. Johnson Controls Hits Record Growth: Building Efficiency, Batteries

      Johnson Controls Hits Record Growth: Building Efficiency, Batteries
      Sales will expand by about 10 percent next year in its Building Efficiency unit, spurred by accelerating spending on retrofits and efficiency upgrades. Likely to expand faster still is the Power Solutions unit, where revenues will rise by around 12 percent, stoked in part by rising demand for batteries for hybrids and electric vehicles.
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      Mentions: Johnson Controls NY
    3. Wind: Buy Chinese - Borrow Chinese

      Wind: Buy Chinese - Borrow Chinese
      China has taken on General Electric and Western peers that control the $70 billion wind-turbine market. With at least $15B in state-backed credit, China’s biggest windmill makers Sinovel Wind Group and Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology won their first major foreign orders in the past year. They plan to set up plants abroad, including China’s first in the U.S., easing entry into markets for delivering machines that can weigh 750 tons each.
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      Mentions: CA Australia India
    4. SANYO to Display Large Battery at Solar Conference

      SANYO to Display Large Battery at Solar Conference
      SANYO is also displaying its advanced energy storage system at the show this year. The system uses 1.6-kWh modules, each with 312 18650 lithium-ion cylindrical cells, the same cell used in laptop computers and automobiles. The modules are scalable to make a 1.6-kWh system or a 1-MWh system operate as one single, giant battery to provide support for renewable energy sources, provide emergency power backup supply, and to help shift peak demand from the daytime high to help utilities manage the distribution network.
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      Mentions: Sanyo Panasonic
    5. Solar to Power San Francisco Transit Station and EV Charging

      Solar to Power San Francisco Transit Station and EV Charging
      The solar paneling project would provide electricity to the BART station, with output of approximately 750 kilowatt hours; providing enough electricity to run the station as well as to power ample outdoor lighting for the parking area. Additionally, the construction project would provide the infrastructure for electric vehicle power station hook-ups, backers said.
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      Mentions: CA
    6. Storage Can Solve Grid Overloading by Rooftop Solar

      Storage Can Solve Grid Overloading by Rooftop Solar
      Mr Hart, who owns EcoSouth Solar Electricity, said ... Solar systems "drop out for a few minutes" when voltages get too high, a phenomenon known as "tripping out" … Then they try to come online again and it pushes the voltage up again and it's very wearing" … The network companies say measures such as retrofits and battery storage can stop the "tripping" but can be costly.
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      Mentions: Australia
    7. Report: by Research and Markets - "Energy Storage Report 2011 - Insights in New Technologies"

      Report: by Research and Markets - "Energy Storage Report 2011 - Insights in New Technologies"
      Although while most interest in storage has focussed on grid-scale applications, there is also a large market for smaller, scale distributed storage. This includes storage at the consumer-side which could meet demand when the upstream part of the grid is offline. To illustrate the point, in 2010 grid-scale storage projects only accounted for just under a third of all storage deals.
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      Mentions: India U.S. China
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