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    1. Energy storage issue highlighted (Re: Stanford study - cost of ownership)

      Energy storage issue highlighted (Re: Stanford study - cost of ownership)

      (Stanford researchers) ... worked out the cost of both building the (storage) technology and maintaining it over a 30-year timescale ... to minimise replacement costs. They derived the “energy stored on investment” for each of the seven technologies to work out how much more energy it could store over its lifetime than it took to build and maintain.

      NOTE: This presents one aspect of the Stanford Univ. study reported here.

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      Mentions: Stanford UK
    2. Opinion: Exide - Many Alliances, Fewer Results

      Opinion: Exide - Many Alliances, Fewer Results

      if Johnson Controls acquires A123's assets, Exide may be under more competitive pressure.  The deal would involve the transfer of supporting technologies and could give Johnson Controls an edge over Exide in the transportation market that appears to be centering on lithium ion technologies.  That means Exide will need to do more than bootstrap its reputation as an innovator with press releases and MOUs.

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    3. California: Ground Zero For Battery-Backed Solar (brief overview of many storage companies)

      California: Ground Zero For Battery-Backed Solar (brief overview of many storage companies)

      As renewables grow into double-digit penetration on the grid, they’re expected to need careful management by utilities seeking to balance them. While weather and load forecasting, smart inverters, demand response and other smart grid-enabled technologies can handle some of the intermittency, much of it must be backed up with real power, either with natural gas-fired peaker plants or with energy storage.

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    4. Conference: European Lead Battery Conference - Paris, September 25-28

      Conference: European Lead Battery Conference - Paris, September 25-28

      ELBC brings together key technical, manufacturing, marketing and R&D personnel to discuss issues of greatest importance to the industry today.  ELBC will feature presentations by experts on current market issues, research work, the role of carbon in the negative plate of advanced VRLA batteries, and the latest advances in manufacturing techniques and equipment. 

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      Mentions: France
    5. GE's new battery - more details

      GE's new battery - more details

      [This article provides more details than the original July 10 news.]

      The batteries could also be used to store power from wind turbines and solar panels to even out fluctuations in these power sources. GE also says they could be used in microgrids, small grids that are often the size of a village or military base and are designed to operate independently of the larger electrical grid while still getting grid-quality electricity.

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      Mentions: GE NY South Africa
    6. Opinion: "All-in costs" of a storage system

      Opinion: "All-in costs" of a storage system

      An analysis of energy storage device costs is meaningless at anything less than a systems level that includes the all-in costs of cells, packs, thermal management systems [TMS], battery management systems [BMS], power conditioning systems [PCS], and, in the case of stationary products for the electric grid, land, construction and interconnection costs

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      Mentions: A123 Axion
    7. Brief explanation of major electrochemical and mechanical storage systems

      Brief explanation of major electrochemical and mechanical storage systems

      Some storage is mechanical (flywheels, pumped hydro, compressed air). These have low energy efficiencies and slow response times. Pumped hydro and compressed air storage systems are also restricted by geography, high investments, and long construction times.  Electrochemical energy storage systems – batteries – offer many benefits and advantages compared with other forms of storage.

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    8. [Good Factual Overview but with Editorial View] Prosperity Energy Storage Project - New Mexico

      [Good Factual Overview but with Editorial View] Prosperity Energy Storage Project - New Mexico

      The project, funded by a US Department of Energy grant, is the first of its kind in the nation. It’s one of 16 sister projects testing combinations of different renewable energy sources and storage technologies, but is the only solar-battery center, and the first of the projects so far to come online

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