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    1. The U.S. Energy Storage Boom Is About To Begin

      The U.S. Energy Storage Boom Is About To Begin

      Alongside rising shares of solar and wind power in the electricity mix, the U.S. is set to see a major rise energy storage installations which are crucial to the clean energy economy. The rise of renewable energy sources and the decarbonization of the grid will need new energy storage installations in the coming years to provide flexible energy and capacity. Alongside rising shares of solar and wind power in the electricity mix, the U.S. is set to see increased energy storage installation as storage is critical to ensuring more solar and wind power generation.

      America has the potential to see 100 gigawatts (GW) of new energy storage deployed by 2030, the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) said in a new white paper this month.

       

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    2. New EU Energy Strategy To Create Up To 900,000 Jobs

      New EU Energy Strategy To Create Up To 900,000 Jobs

      New EU Energy Strategy To Create Up To 900,000 Jobs By Luis Colasante - Jan 25, 2017, 2:17 PM CST On 30 November 2016, the European Commission officially released its “Clean Energy for All Europeans” package, also known as “Winter Package” i.e., moving the EU to meet its climate change target with numerous legislative proposals to reform the EU energy market. This legislation will have an important impact on the electricity market and the development of renewable-energy going forward.

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    3. Cost of Renewable Energy has Fallen 50% Since 2008

      Cost of Renewable Energy has Fallen 50% Since 2008

      Lazard predicts that as energy storage technologies improve, and become more commonplace, the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) of renewable energy sources will fall even further, (and while) utility-scale solar PV installations have one of the lowest LCOE figures, rooftop solar PV panels remain one of the most expensive energy sources in comparison.

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    4. Anna Maria Island: A Complete Smart Energy District Example

      Anna Maria Island: A Complete Smart Energy District Example

      A Smart Energy District includes a range of alternative energy sources, energy efficiency measures, intelligent energy management of distributed resources and loads, and internet-based monitoring that provides real-time feedback on energy consumption. Surprisingly, with support from Office of Naval Research and DoE, Anna Maria Island, a barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico, is the setting for this new distributed energy model.

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