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    1. Canada Gives Electrovaya Cdn$3.6M for Renewables Storage Test

      Canada Gives Electrovaya Cdn$3.6M for Renewables Storage Test

      Electrovaya has signed a contract to provide a lithium ion Battery Energy Storage System ("BESS") of approximately 1.2MWh for demonstration purposes in support of renewable energy generation in Ontario. This program is a part of an Electrovaya led $7.6 million project supported by the Government of Canada's Clean Energy Fund (CEF) to investigate the potential use of battery energy storage systems in clean energy project. Partners in the project include Natural Resources, Canada, Hydro One and others. Electrovaya is the prime contractor and system designer and will provide the full energy storage system.

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      Mentions: Electrovaya Canada
    2. U of Hawaii Selects Altairnano for 1MW Solar Storage Integration Test

      U of Hawaii Selects Altairnano for 1MW Solar Storage Integration Test

      Altair Nanotechnologies announced it has signed a contract with the Hawai'i Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa to supply a one-megawatt ALTI-ESS energy storage system for a test of solar energy integration. Altairnano will provide the ALTI-ESS battery-based power management system to be tested on Hawaiian Electric's electric system to smooth the voltage and load profile with the aid of dynamic voltage controls and fast charge/discharge abilities.

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    3. 1MW Solar Project for Oahu, HI

      1MW Solar Project for Oahu, HI
      Forest City Hawaii and Hawaiian Electric Company have reached a power purchase agreement for up to one megawatt of solar photovoltaic (PV) power to be generated at the Kapolei Sustainable Energy Park in Kapolei, Oahu. Hoku Solar, a subsidiary of Hoku Corporation (NASDAQ: HOKU), will design and install the project using more than 4,200 solar panels atop a concrete racking system.
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      Mentions: Hawaii
    4. Report: High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt

      Report: High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt
      According to a new report by market research publisher SBI Energy, energy storage is a growing market critical to the advancement and optimization of smart grid transmission and distribution operations and to the integration of renewable energies in power generation. High temperature energy storage (HTS) technologies, including sodium-sulfur (NaS), sodium-metal halide NaMx, and molten salt thermal energy storage (TES), are gaining attention as the go-to technologies for large scale and utility scale energy storage.
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      Mentions: U.S. GE
    5. 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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    6. Altairnano to Lease New 1.8 MW Storage System

      Altairnano to Lease New 1.8 MW Storage System
      Altair Nanotechnologies announced a 3-year lease for its new ALTI-ESS Advantage 1.8 MW/ 300 kWh energy storage system. The system will be leased by Energy Storage Holdings to evaluate energy storage technology for large-scale frequency regulation projects, and is expected to be installed in late 2011. The ALTI-ESS Advantage [is] a 1.8 MW system targeted toward frequency regulation and fast-response applications demanding high power.
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    7. Lithium Over-Supply Through 2017 - Li Battery Producers Benefit

      Lithium Over-Supply Through 2017 - Li Battery Producers Benefit
      Many lithium research analysts believe the global recession places the industry into over-supply through 2013, with a return to balance expected through to 2017 considering existing supply. With the addition of total pipeline projects, the over-supply scenario is projected to continue as late as 2018. Regardless, lithium producers with established pipelines and secondary lithium users, such as manufacturing batteries, can still anticipate growth through the coming decade as they are able to leverage market position to their advantage.
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