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    1. Report by KEMA: Energy Storage Market Quadruples in Five Years

      Report by KEMA: Energy Storage Market Quadruples in Five Years

      A new report from KEMA looked at the growth in U.S. energy storage in the coming five years. It concluded the domestic market is likely to quadruple and to offer significant opportunities in electrochemical, mechanical and thermal methods of storing energy over a wide range of applications ... The storage industry is going to rely on subsidies to jump-start its early growth.

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      Mentions: U.S. DNV KEMA
    2. Exide to close NZ's only battery recycling - Msn Nz News

      Manawatu StandardExide to close NZ's only battery recyclingMSN NZ NewsBy AAP Exide Technologies, which operates the country's only battery recycling plant, will close its Petone centre at the end of next March, shedding 40 local jobs at the plant. The closure comes after Exide failed in its bid last year to overturn a ...Exide to close its battery recycling centre at PetoneScoop.co.nz (press release)Exide to honour collective agreementRadio New ZealandPetone battery recycling factory closes to offshore demand3News NZNewstalk ZBall 30 news articles »
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    3. Can EnerG2’s Carbon Tech Boost Energy Storage?

      EnerG2 has long promised that its super-fine carbon materials technology can deliver big improvements in ultracapacitors, lead-acid batteries and other energy storage devices. Now it’s ready to start churning out “multiple tons per month” to test the market. That’s the capacity of EnerG2’s new factory in Albany, Oregon, according to Chris Wheaton, the startup’s chief operating and financial officer. While he didn’t name any customers, he did specify that the Seattle, Wash.-based company was targeting ultracapacitors and lead-acid batteries as its first markets, and is expected to make a customer announcement in the “next few months.” EnerG2 bills itself as a Carbon Technology Platform (CTP) provider, building nanoscale carbon scaffolds for the anodes, cathodes and other components of energy storage devices made by others. It has raised about $12 million from investors including OVP Venture Partners and Firelake Capital, and also landed a $21.3 million Department of Energy stimulus grant in 2009 to build its plant. The startup’s custom-built carbon structures can add significant benefits to ultracapacitors, the “flash” energy storage devices of the world, Wheaton told me in a Monday interview. Mainly, EnerG2 allows ultracaps to run at higher voltages than ...
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      Mentions: DoE India HI
    4. Engineered carbon gives a boost to ultracaps, Li-ion & Pb batteries

      Engineered carbon gives a boost to ultracaps, Li-ion & Pb batteries

      EnerG2 initiated a factory in Oregon that will produce a resin used in the manufacture of batteries and ultracapacitors. Its engineered carbon material improves the performance of ultracapacitor makers who can expect 25 percent to 30 percent better energy storage capacity.  Lithium ion and lead acid batteries can get a three times increase in power output.

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    5. Saft's Jacksonville factory delivers first Intensium MAX 20 container - AltEnergyMag (press release)

      Saft's Jacksonville factory delivers first Intensium MAX 20 containerAltEnergyMag (press release)Jacksonville, Florida (February 1st, 2012) – Saft, the world's leading designer and manufacturer of high-tech industrial batteries, is announcing that it has shipped its first Intensium MAX 20 container from its new Jacksonville, Florida facility – the ...and more »
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    6. Axion to provide grid-tied storage for Navy office building

      Axion to provide grid-tied storage for Navy office building
      Axion will provide its PbC batteries, system electronics and battery management system for demand response energy storage. It will be grid network tied, will be linked to a 32kW solar panel array, and will supply standby power service for the Zero Energy Administration Building at the Washington DC Naval Yard.. The project is underwritten by the US Navy.
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      Mentions: Axion WA
    7. Report by Aruvians (India): Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage Market

      Report by Aruvians (India): Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage Market
      Analyzing the US Utility Energy Storage MarketEnvironmental Expert (press release)These include Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage systems, hydrogen technologies, ultracapacitors, and Vehicle-to-Grid. With companies developing newer technologies to simplify the process of energy storage, the race is on to develop the most ...
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      Mentions: DoE Argonne MIT
    8. ZBB will provide Community Energy Storage system in Wyoming

      ZBB will provide Community Energy Storage system in Wyoming
      The system will include customer-provided lead acid batteries and the ZBB EnerSection™ power and energy control center. This system will be used for load management and peak shaving while providing continuous power and energy regulation supply with a connection to the grid. The installation is targeted for completion in early 2012.
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    9. 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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    10. S&C's storage solves both nighttime and cloud cover solar intermittency

      S&C's storage solves both nighttime and cloud cover solar intermittency

      There are two sets of batteries. The first … collects electricity during the sun’s peak production hours and releases power in the late afternoon when the sun is not as strong, but when power demand spikes. The second blends the power of a battery with an ultracapacitor. It collects and stores power and is then able to distribute it in spurts as clouds pass over.

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    11. Former Amd Vp to Lead Ener1 After Battery Company Fires CEO

      Former AMD VP to Lead Ener1 After Battery Company Fires CEO By Zachary Tracer - Tue Sep 27 21:03:49 GMT 2011 Ener1 Inc. (HEV), which produces batteries for electric vehicles, fired its chief executive to improve the flagging company’s performance. Ener1 replaced Chief Executive Officer Charles Gassenheimer yesterday with Chris Cowger, who was the New York-based company’s president, according to a filing today. Gassenheimer is also required to resign as chairman Ener1’s stock has plunged 95 perce
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      Mentions: DoE U.S. NY
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