1. Articles from Tim Sylvia

    1-3 of 3
    1. Milwaukee Eyes its Own Rooftop Solar Mandate with a California Clone

      Milwaukee Eyes its Own Rooftop Solar Mandate with a California Clone

      Eyeing the success of the recently-passed California solar mandate, Milwaukee Common Council Member Tony Zielinski has proposed legislation that would require all new residential units in the city to include solar arrays, starting in 2019. Zielinski told Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) that the idea for his proposal came while he was reading about California’s rooftop solar mandate. “I think this is just one step in a series of steps that we need to undertake to help improve our environment and gradually reduce our reliance on fuels,” Zielinski said while appearing on WPR. ” There’s a whole myriad of other initiatives… I think we need to add more. I just think that this is one step and there’ll be additional steps down the road as well.”

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: CA WI
    2. AES Commits to 70% Carbon Reduction in Climate Scenario Report

      AES Commits to 70% Carbon Reduction in Climate Scenario Report

      AES, one of the world’s largest power companies, has released a report detailing the company’s moves to reduce carbon emissions 70% by 2030, but, more importantly, their plans to incorporate increasing amounts of renewable generation and energy storage projects to compliment this new generation. In the report, AES outlines three scenarios of optimization between carbon reduction and minimizing the stress of a new energy transition, known as the Business as Usual Scenario, the Greener Scenario and 1.5-2°C Scenario, the same one outlined in the Paris Agreement.

      Read Full Article
    3. New York to Invest (another) $40 Million in Energy Storage Deployment

      New York to Invest (another) $40 Million in Energy Storage Deployment

      In continued pursuit of his state’s 50% renewable by 2030 and 1,500 MW of energy storage by 2025, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (D) has announced that $40 million will be made available to solar projects that integrate energy storage. Like CPS Energy earlier this week, New York is recognizing the necessity of expansive energy storage coverage to shift solar energy’s availability to times of peak demand, outlining in a release that the storage will be used for that goal. This reasoning is likely also behind Gov. Cuomo’s unique battery storage goal, first unveiled in his 2018 State of the State address this past January.

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: CA OR TX
    1-3 of 3
  1. Topics in the News

    1. (2 articles) CA
    2. (1 articles) NYSERDA
    3. (1 articles) American Electric Power
    4. (1 articles) OR
    5. (1 articles) U.S.
    6. (1 articles) TX
    7. (1 articles) NY
    8. (1 articles) MA
    9. (1 articles) Utah
    10. (1 articles) WI
  2. Popular Articles

  3. Picture Gallery

    New York to Invest (another) $40 Million in Energy Storage Deployment AES Commits to 70% Carbon Reduction in Climate Scenario Report Milwaukee Eyes its Own Rooftop Solar Mandate with a California Clone Renewables, Energy Storage, & Managing The Utility Grid Of The Future Experts Lay Out Options For Future of Energy Storage in North Carolina Battery Energy Storage System Uses Artificial Intelligence to Lower Energy Bills and Provide Utility Grid Services DOE: Energy Security, Investments are Top Priority Project of the Year: REV Connect Greensmith Energy Delivers Enhanced Energy Management Software Platform GEMS 6 Austin Energy GM on the Utility's Innovative Storage Program: 'We've Already Learned a Lot' Battery Boosters Pushing Congress to Give Industry a Tax Credit Kokam Wins 40 MWh of Battery Storage Contracts in South Korea
  4. Categories

    1. Electricity Source:

      Solar Photovoltaic, Wave, Tidal, Hydro, Wind
    2. Storage Market:

      Commercial & Industrial, Military, Residential & Community & Microgrid, Smart Grid, Utility Grid, Vehicle-to-Grid/Home
    3. Storage Technology:

      Compressed Air/Gas, Flow Battery, Flywheel, Hydrogen, Lead, Liquid Metal, Lithium, Magnesium, Mechanical Storage, Nickel, Sodium, Supercapacitors, Vanadium, Zinc
    4. Article Types:

      Null, Reports and Conferences