1. Articles in category: Utility Grid

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    1. The City of Los Angeles Taps 8minute Solar for Game-Changing Clean Energy Project

      The City of Los Angeles Taps 8minute Solar for Game-Changing Clean Energy Project

      The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the largest municipal utility in the United States, has announced a groundbreaking new partnership with 8minute Solar Energy, LLC to provide storable, renewable, and affordable power to households throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley—at the lowest combined solar and storage prices on record. The project offers a glimpse of the future, with zero carbon sources providing energy cheaper than fossil fuels.

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    2. Batteries vs. Blackouts: 1,100 Homes Powered Through Vermont Outage With Storage

      Batteries vs. Blackouts: 1,100 Homes Powered Through Vermont Outage With Storage

      Home batteries proved their resilience value during Vermont's Halloween blackout. A major rain and wind storm struck the state at the close of October, knocking out power to some 115,000 customers. Among those affected, 1,100 homes managed to keep the lights on thanks to pilot programs specifically designed to promote resilient backup power with energy storage. The battery backup service lasted nine hours on average, but the longest instance stretched to 82 hours.

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      Mentions: Vermont ISO-NE Tesla
    3. EDF Acquires UK’s Pivot Power to Bolster Battery Storage Pipeline

      EDF Acquires UK’s Pivot Power to Bolster Battery Storage Pipeline

      French utility EDF has acquired UK battery storage firm Pivot Power, cementing its mulit-gigawatt bid to become a market leader in Europe’s energy storage market. EDF confirmed the transaction this morning, with Pivot becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of EDF’s renewables arm. Pivot will immediately play a central role in EDF’s bid to deploy as much as 10GW of additional energy storage by 2035, bringing with it a 2GW+ pipeline of energy storage assets in the UK that are at various stages of planning.

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      Mentions: France Europe UK
    4. Bay Area Energy Agencies Launch Storage Solicitation Amid PG&E Power Shutoffs

      Bay Area Energy Agencies Launch Storage Solicitation Amid PG&E Power Shutoffs

      Four local energy agencies in the San Francisco Bay area announced a joint solicitation today for the installation of more than 30 MW of energy storage for residential and business customers across three counties. The storage may be combined with new or existing solar systems and comes as utility customers look to other energy options, including distributed solar and storage, amid planned power shutoffs. The groups expect to choose partner vendor(s) in early 2020 with program details released in spring 2020 and projects "underway soon after with the inte​nt of preempting the next fire season."

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    5. One Gigawatt Down, Portfolio of Gigawatts Next

      One Gigawatt Down, Portfolio of Gigawatts Next

      Fluence has been awarded or built more than 1 GW of energy storage capacity in 95 unique projects across 20 countries. Now, the company – a joint venture between Siemens and AES –is modeling the future of the power grid to predict where its expertise will be utilized next. The company expects significant future volume to come from two pathways: “wireless solutions” – that is, storage as transmission – and reaching into the natural gas mid-merit market.

       

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    6. Energy Storage and a Carbon-Free Grid System

      Energy Storage and a Carbon-Free Grid System

      Whilst energy storage enables grid operators to expand their renewable energy resources, and lower carbon emissions by changing their reliance on conventional energy resources, the technology is also playing a pivotal role in modernizing grid networks and towards the introduction of new business cases. For instance, energy storage is granting stakeholders flexibility in generation, transmission, distribution and end-use. The deployment of utility-scale energy storage systems has allowed Italian multinational energy firm Enel to adopt new sustainability goals in line with standards promoted by the UN Global Compact, the Science Based Targets Initiative and the We Mean Business coalition.

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      Mentions: Australia Asia India
    7. Empower Energies and Hannon Armstrong Announce Large Investments in C&I Renewable Energy Projects

      Empower Energies and Hannon Armstrong Announce Large Investments in C&I Renewable Energy Projects

      Empower Energies, a renewable energy development and financing company, and Hannon Armstrong, an investor in climate change solutions, recently announced they will jointly invest in renewable energy projects in the commercial & industrial (C&I) and municipal, university, school, and hospital markets across the United States. The collaboration unites Hannon Armstrong’s extensive experience in providing long term financing with Empower Energies’ existing platform for the development and acquisition of C&I-scale solar rooftop, ground-mount solar and canopy projects, as well as energy storage and related distributed generation technologies.

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    8. NextEra Is on a Roll

      NextEra Is on a Roll

      The largest wind and solar developer continues to grow, with projects paired with storage as it reaches 5.3 GW of contracted solar projects. And it’s making good money at the same time. In its third-quarter results, NextEra’s presence in the solar market is bigger than ever. Development subsidiary NextEra Energy Resources added 747 MW of solar contracts and 341 MW of battery storage to its backlog, almost all of which is in the post-2020 time frame.

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    9. UK Firm Announces Plans for First 'Liquid to Gas' Cryogenic Battery

      UK Firm Announces Plans for First 'Liquid to Gas' Cryogenic Battery

      British battery pioneers plan to build Europe’s largest energy storage project using a cryogenic battery that can store renewable energy for weeks rather than hours. The device will be built on the site of an old fossil fuel plant in the north of England to power up to 50,000 homes for up to five hours. Unlike traditional lithium-ion batteries, which typically store electricity for a few hours, the “cryobattery” will be able to store energy for months.

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      Mentions: Europe UK Highview
    10. ACCIONA Buys Solar + Storage on a National Scale

      ACCIONA Buys Solar + Storage on a National Scale

      In a deal spanning 20 projects, seven states, two power markets and more solar than the entire state of Florida has installed to date, ACCIONA has agreed to a deal with Tenaska to acquire 3 GW of utility-scale solar and 1 GW of co-located solar and energy storage. Specially, ACCIONA envisions commissioning eight projects by the end of 2023, adding around 1.5 GW of peak capacity to its North American renewable energy portfolio.

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    11. Let's Kill 'Utility-' or 'Grid-Scale' Storage

      Let's Kill 'Utility-' or 'Grid-Scale' Storage

      Ask people how they segment the energy storage industry, and you'll often hear them divide it between customer-sited or behind-the-meter storage and "utility-"or "grid-scale storage." But if you then ask them what they mean by "utility-scale," you can't get a clear answer. Is it 5 MW, 10 MW, more than 20 MW? Do they mean "front-of-meter"? Or connected to the bulk transmission system? No, we're not calling for the end of the large-scale storage industry. We're saying that distributed, smaller-scale storage can provide all the same value to the grid that large-scale storage can and should be explicitly encouraged to compete on playing fields that policymakers have leveled everywhere.

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    12. Capital Dynamics, 8minute Solar Energy Complete 121MW PV Project in California

      Capital Dynamics, 8minute Solar Energy Complete 121MW PV Project in California

      Independent global private asset management firm Capital Dynamics and US-based independent solar and storage developer 8minute Solar Energy have completed the 121MW Springbok 3 Solar Farm. Springbok 3, now operational, is the third and final phase in the Springbok cluster, which is a 448MW installation located in Kern County, California. This phase includes a 1.5 MWh Li-ion system battery.

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    13. National Grid Issues 10 MW Energy Storage Solicitation for New York

      National Grid Issues 10 MW Energy Storage Solicitation for New York

      National Grid has issued an energy storage solicitation for 10 MW of bulk, front-of-the-meter storage and power marketer services that maximize the value of the storage in key locations in upstate New York. The request for proposals seeks distribution rights to energy storage that enhances grid reliability and resilience and contributes to achieving the state’s distributed, zero-carbon, renewable energy and climate change goals, according to the investor-owned utility.

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    14. Nantucket Gets New Backup Energy Supply

      Nantucket Gets New Backup Energy Supply

      National Grid on Tuesday unveiled the largest battery storage project in the Northeast, with hopes that the project can help make the island’s electric supply system more reliable and resilient. The utility installed a 6 megawatt/48 megawatt-hour lithium-ion battery energy storage system that will work alongside a new 15 megawatt generator and power control house on the island.

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    15. Sungrow Energy Storage System Contracted for Massachusetts Solar+Storage Portfolio

      Sungrow Energy Storage System Contracted for Massachusetts Solar+Storage Portfolio

      Inverter supplier Sungrow has signed a contract to supply its fully integrated energy storage system to a 15-MW/32-MWh solar-plus-storage project in Massachusetts. The project will participate in ISO-New England wholesale markets after completion and is one of the first solar-plus-storage offerings to contribute to the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program, setting the benchmark for Massachusetts’ solar-plus-storage projects.

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    16. PacifiCorp Plans More Solar And Storage, Less Coal

      PacifiCorp Plans More Solar And Storage, Less Coal

      PacifiCorp has released a draft of its long-term energy plan, which continues investments in new wind generation and transmission while adding significant new solar and storage resources. In total, the plan includes approximately 7 GW of new renewable energy and storage by 2025. It calls for nearly 600 MW of battery storage by 2025 and more than 2,800 MW of battery storage by 2038.

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      Mentions: U.S. Wyoming Utah
    17. 'Germany's Largest' EV Battery-Powered Stationary Storage System Will Give Grid Flexibility

      'Germany's Largest' EV Battery-Powered Stationary Storage System Will Give Grid Flexibility

      A battery storage project using second-life electric vehicle (EV) batteries is set to be built in Germany, with an aim of developing an installed capacity of 20MW. The project is being billed as the largest stationary electricity storage system using EV batteries in Germany, following on from an initial 45MW project in France. The stationary storage system is to be built using EV batteries compiled in containers, using both second-life batteries and new batteries stored for future use in standard replacement during after-sales operations.

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      Mentions: Japan France Germany
    18. The Future of Energy Storage Is Here: An Inside Look at Rocky Mountain Power's 600-Battery DR Project

      The Future of Energy Storage Is Here: An Inside Look at Rocky Mountain Power's 600-Battery DR Project

      The first residents of an all-electric and energy efficient community — the largest battery demand response project in the United States — are settling into new apartments. Their cars are tucked neatly beneath solar panel covers and their electric cars can plug into charging ports. Inside each apartment in the Soleil Lofts development, a battery is humming. When complete, the planned community's 22 buildings will have 600 apartment units with 12.6 MWh of battery storage, 5.2 MW of solar panels, 150 stalls of EV chargers and an overriding focus on energy efficiency. Utility access to the 600 batteries will turn the complex into a grid resource.

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      Mentions: U.S. Utah CAISO
    19. Solar, and Solar Plus Storage Records *Possibly/Probably* Set in California

      Solar, and Solar Plus Storage Records *Possibly/Probably* Set in California

      Community Choice Aggregator (CCA) East Bay Community Energy (EBCE) has announced two power purchase agreements with an average price of 2.2¢/kWh. While the exact pricing on either of the two projects was withheld, it is probable both of these projects have set pricing records for the United States.

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    20. Battery System to Provide Frequency Regulation for PJM

      Battery System to Provide Frequency Regulation for PJM

      A 72 MW/72 MWH battery system owned by a global independent power producer is expected to soon start providing grid services in PJM territory, signaling the storage industry’s increasing maturation and ability to compete with traditional resources. Industry supporters have argued that getting more storage online to support renewables integration and provide other grid benefits would require compensation schemes that allow storage to compete.

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    21. Solar-plus-storage to provide all the daytime electric needs of nation state – pv magazine International

      Solar-plus-storage to provide all the daytime electric needs of nation state – pv magazine International

      The Republic of Nauru, like many Pacific Ocean island states relies almost entirely on diesel generators for its power. However, the government has decided raise the share of renewables in the power mix of the 21km² nation from 3% to 47% with a large-scale solar-plus-storage project. The power plant will have a solar capacity of 6 MW and 5 MW/2.5 MWh of storage. The system will be fully automated and integrated with the existing diesel system to optimize solar energy use, enable optimal battery energy storage system charging and discharging and allow optimal shut-off of the diesel engines.

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      Mentions: Micronesia Nauru
    22. GE Scores California Storage Hat-Trick

      GE Scores California Storage Hat-Trick

      GE Renewable Energy has been selected by Convergent Energy and Power to supply of battery energy storage systems for three projects in California with total capacity of 100 megawatt-hours. The scope also includes a long-term service agreement and augmentation guarantees. GE said the project will bring its total battery storage capacity in operation or under construction to 495MWh.

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