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    1. Saft Presents its Advantages for Telecom Installations

      Saft Presents its Advantages for Telecom Installations
      Saft is presenting a seminar paper at this year’s OSP EXPO that outlines the key practical advantages offered by specialized Li-ion telecom battery technology, with specific reference to saving weight and reducing the installation footprint in DPCO (Distributed Power for Central Office) and roof-mounted BTS (Bases Transceiver Station) applications.
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      Mentions: Saft
    2. California PUC Incentives Changes Embrace Storage

      California PUC Incentives Changes Embrace Storage
      Eligibility for participation in the Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) will now be based on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions. Technologies that achieve reductions of GHG emissions will be eligible for the program, including wind turbines, fuel cells, … advanced energy storage ...
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      Mentions: CA CA Pub Util Comm
    3. Battery Charger Problem at Prairie Island 1 Nuclear Plant

      Battery Charger Problem at Prairie Island 1 Nuclear Plant
      Prairie Island’s unit 1 reactor faces additional scrutiny from federal regulators following a Nuclear Regulatory Commission finding related to backup batteries that would not recharge under certain conditions. According to the NRC, battery chargers installed in 1994 were shown to malfunction if incoming power dropped below a certain voltage.
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      Mentions: Xcel Energy
    4. Maui Rent-A-Space Co. installing 600kW Grid-Connected Solar Project

      Maui Rent-A-Space Co. installing 600kW Grid-Connected Solar Project
      AAAAA Rent-A-Space, a storage facility and commercial center in Honokowai, announced it has begun construction on the largest commercial photovoltaic power generation system in Maui County. The 600-kilowatt system will contribute to the state’s “feed-in tariff” program, with the capacity to feed 2880 kilowatt-hours into the island’s electrical grid each day, enough clean, renewable energy to power up to 220 Maui homes.
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      Mentions: HI
    5. International Battery Announces Executive Appointments

      International Battery Announces Executive Appointments
      *** Mark P. Mills, the Company's current Chairman, will assume the positions of Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, effective September 1, 2011; *** Dr. Ake Almgren, the Company's current Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, will step down as CEO and become Chairman and consultant to International Battery also effective September 1, 2011; *** Thomas Puza, formerly of Ener1, has joined International Battery as Chief Operating Officer. *** Joseph Jacobs, President of Wexford Capital LP, will be joining the Board.
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      Mentions: Asia Harvard Ener1
    6. Report: Building Owners Skeptical of Smart Grid ROI

      Report: Building Owners Skeptical of Smart Grid ROI
      Senior executives in facilities and plant services for industrial, K-12 schools, university campuses, commercial offices and government facilities; senior executives in engineering firms; and senior executives for HVAC product manufacturers were interviewed about barriers and benefits to the smart grid, and what would motivate them to invest in the smart grid.
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    7. Report: Storage Emerging for Commercial Building Market

      Report: Storage Emerging for Commercial Building Market
      Pike Research: The market momentum toward greater energy efficiency in commercial buildings, the proliferation of smart grid technologies, and the growth of grid and distributed renewables are driving heightened interest in energy storage in commercial buildings. Buildings represent a large portion of total energy consumption, and many of their occupants are actively seeking ways of managing their energy costs through efficiency measures as well as innovative means of optimizing their expenditures under time of use (TOU) electricity rates and other variable pricing structures.
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      Mentions: U.S.
    8. Debra L. Reed Named Chief Executive Officer of Sempra Energy - Pr Newswire (press release)

      Debra L. Reed Named Chief Executive Officer of Sempra Energy - Pr Newswire (press release)
      Debra L. Reed Named Chief Executive Officer of Sempra EnergyPR Newswire (press release)Sempra Energy's five principal subsidiaries are SDG&E, SoCalGas, Sempra Generation, Sempra Pipelines & Storage and Sempra LNG. Sempra Energy, based in San Diego, is a Fortune 500 energy services holding company with 2010 revenues of $9 billion. ...and more »
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    9. Saft to supply batteries for lighthouses

      Saft to supply batteries for lighthouses
      Saft has beeb awarded a 4-year framework agreement to supply batteries for the modernization and overhaul of lighthouses and solar buoys around Scotland ... The agreement covers Saft’s 12 V Ni-MH battery modules, with capacities ranging from 100 Ah to 3,000 Ah. They will be installed at a number of offshore buoys and lighthouses to provide energy storage for solar power systems and as standby power at mains powered sites. A total of seven batteries will be delivered in 2011.
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      Mentions: Scotland Saft
    10. Johnson Controls Survey: Commercial Buildings Energy Management

      Johnson Controls Survey: Commercial Buildings Energy Management
      Highlights ... double-digit increase in U.S./Canada building owners who believe energy management is important (66%) compared to the prior year (52%). Building owners expect lighting and smart building technology to have greater adoption rates over the next ten years than renewable energy technologies in the U.S./Canada. Seventy-seven percent (77%) of U.S./Canada building owners plan to include green building elements in their facility plans in the next 12 months. Efficiency in buildings remains the top global strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions led by the U.S./Canada (52%) and then Europe (28%), China (27%) and India (24%).
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      Mentions: Johnson Controls
    11. Nokia-Siemens base station for mobile (cell) service

      Nokia-Siemens base station for mobile (cell) service
      Nokia Siemens Network (NSN) has set up a base station for German mobile service provider E-Plus that is powered by renewable energy. The transmission plant relies on a combination of solar and wind power, supported by fuel cell and deep-cycle battery technology. It is the first base station to operate without using Germany’s grid electricity.
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      Mentions: Germany Siemens
    12. Stealthy Small Scale Commercial/Industrial Storage Startups

      Stealthy Small Scale Commercial/Industrial Storage Startups

      Powergetics is targeting small businesses and using relatively small-scale lithium-ion batteries to provide ancillary services and value for customers that don't have loads large enough for the wholesale demand response market ... Solar Storage technology is "distributed, on-demand solar, with proprietary power and storage technology for 24-hour power from 100 kilowatts to 20 megawatts." The firm is doing enterprise and commercial-level solar/storage hybrid systems.

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