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    1. Overview: Storage market post FERC frequency regulation ruling

      Overview: Storage market post FERC frequency regulation ruling
      The FERC ruling will benefit companies using technologies that regulate and store energy. And as these technologies are developed and refined, they will also benefit the renewable energy industry, allowing nationwide energy providers, municipal organizations and even individuals to make better use of clean energy sources.
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      Mentions: CA MD ESA
    2. Report & Database by Lux: 'Grid Storage Tracker'

      Report & Database by Lux: 'Grid Storage Tracker'

      The Lux Research Grid Storage Tracker, built upon primary interviews with technology developers, is a customizable database that tracks grid storage projects worldwide. It details each project's technology, technology provider, status, size, location, cost, and applications and breaks down the market for battery components by cathode, anode, separator, and electrolyte.

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      Mentions: NGK A123 Xtreme
    3. Saft receives 5 Star award from Raytheon (Target Acquisition System)

      Saft receives 5 Star award from Raytheon (Target Acquisition System)
      Since 2004, Saft has supplied batteries for Raytheon’s Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS). Saft’s 28V lithium battery powers the surveillance, target acquisition and fire control system for the U.S. Army’s TOW missile. Saft’s Li-ion batteries were selected because they provide a longer lifetime and have a lower life cycle cost than other chemistries.
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    4. Opinion: A123 Has a Short Circuit

      Opinion: A123 Has a Short Circuit
      It's going to be another disappointing quarter for A123. It revised revenue guidance for the full year to $165 million to $180 million from a previous guidance of $210 million to $225 million. This is a trend for A123, which continues to come up with excuses. The bottom line is that the bet the company made on batteries was probably too big and too early.
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      Mentions: DoE GM A123
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