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    1. Conergy unveils residential Li-ion solar PV storage solution

      Conergy unveils residential Li-ion solar PV storage solution
      On May 31st, 2011, Conergy AG (Hamburg, Germany) announced that it will present a new solar photovoltaic (PV) storage solution, consisting of an integrated string inverter and intelligent energy management system, at the Intersolar Europe exhibition in Munich from June 8th to 10th, 2011. The energy management system will be based on lithium-ion technology, and will possess a nominal power of 5.5kW and a storage capacity of 13.2kWh.
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      Mentions: Europe Germany
    2. Military Wants Bases to be "island microgrids": Storage + Renewables

      Military Wants Bases to be "island microgrids": Storage + Renewables
      Energy officers at military bases are working to turn their facilities into "island microgrids"--entities that can generate and store their own electricity, independent of the surrounding commercial grid. … in the event of a blackout, it could continue to function on electricity generated on-site--largely from renewable sources. These include utility-scale solar arrays, backed up with advance-battery solar-power storage units and diesel generators … Energy experts say that the military's approach could also offer a new model for towns and cities, protecting them from regional-grid blackouts--and boosting local renewable-energy production.
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      Mentions: CA DoE NV
    3. Grid-scale flow battery developer, Primus Power, receives $11M

      Grid-scale flow battery developer, Primus Power, receives $11M
      DBL Investors and I2BF Global Ventures joined existing investors Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The funds raised complement existing grants from the United States Department of Energy (DOE), the Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E), and the California Energy Commission (CEC).
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      Mentions: DoE U.S. arpa-e
    4. Microgrids promote energy independence

      Microgrids promote energy independence
      The Sacramento Municipal Utility District demo a "microgrid" that many other utilities have resisted. Microgrids promote energy independence, even allowing customers to secede from the larger utility grid powered up by their own resources. In an energy sector dominated by monopolies and centralized planning, microgrids could be a game-changer.
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      Mentions: CA Australia U.S.
    5. Electricity Storage Association 21st Annual Meeting

      Electricity Storage Association 21st Annual Meeting
      The Electricity Storage Association (ESA) announced that its 21st Annual Meeting, June 6-8, 2011 at the Fairmont San Jose in San Jose, CA, will be the definitive industry event on electricity storage. The Annual Meeting will have 50 presentations and 2 workshops over the three days featuring the electricity storage technologies and applications from industry leaders and leading innovators. The over 400 attendees will have the opportunity to network with the industry's thought leaders.
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    6. Nokia-Siemens base station for mobile (cell) service

      Nokia-Siemens base station for mobile (cell) service
      Nokia Siemens Network (NSN) has set up a base station for German mobile service provider E-Plus that is powered by renewable energy. The transmission plant relies on a combination of solar and wind power, supported by fuel cell and deep-cycle battery technology. It is the first base station to operate without using Germany’s grid electricity.
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      Mentions: Germany Siemens
    7. Research: Iron vs Vanadium for solar flow battery storage

      Research: Iron vs Vanadium for solar flow battery storage
      Researchers around the world are already building successful flow batteries, but usually using Vanadium, a rare metal mined in Russia and South Africa that sells for $8 to $25 per pound in its raw form, according to the release. Iron, on the other hand, is plentiful in North America and sells for just 25 cents per pound after processing.
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      Mentions: DoE Africa Russia
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