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    1. The US sets another record quarter for energy storage deployments

      The US sets another record quarter for energy storage deployments

      In the second quarter of 2020, the US energy storage sector saw its strongest second quarter on record for deployments, according to a new study published by research firm Wood Mackenzie. Up to 168MW of new energy storage capacity were deployed in Q2 2020 marking an increase of 72% quarter-over-quarter and 117% year-over-year. The second quarter of 2020 is the second-highest quarterly total ever seen in terms of capacity deployed, falling just behind Q4 2019 (186.4MW).

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    2. 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
    3. Report Highlights Hydrogen Potential in Energy Transition

      Report Highlights Hydrogen Potential in Energy Transition

      A new research paper concludes that hydrogen produced from renewables will become “an economic energy carrier to complement electricity and accelerate the decarbonization of industrial feedstock and heat, as well as providing long-term storage solutions”. The study by DNV GL explains that hydrogen is a unique energy carrier with no carbon emissions that can be used for long-term storage and heating applications. When used with electricity generated from renewables, “the resulting energy carrier is carbon-free green hydrogen”.

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      Mentions: DNV GL
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