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    1. NEC Energy Completes A 3.9MWh Grid Energy Storage System For Southern California Distribution Grid Support

      NEC Energy Completes A 3.9MWh Grid Energy Storage System For Southern California Distribution Grid Support

      NEC Corporation and NEC Energy Solutions announced that they have completed the installation of a 2.4MW, 3.9MWh GSS grid energy storage site in Orange, California for utility Southern California Edison (SCE). The system has successfully passed commissioning testing and is now available for full operation. This is the first energy storage system to support SCE's distribution grid and is providing many of the foundational aspects for future integrated distribution system deployment.

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    2. Germany faces up to its grid problem with renewables

      Germany faces up to its grid problem with renewables

      The German Energy Agency (Deutsche Energie-Agentur) has launched a study called “System Services 2030″ to determine how the increasing penetration of renewables will challenge the grid. It will consider various mechanisms to keep supply and demand in balance and to provide ancillary services, including ... energy storage ...

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      Mentions: Germany
    3. Distributed Generation Virtual Summit Takes Place on August 22, 2013

      Distributed Generation Virtual Summit Takes Place on August 22, 2013

      The 2nd annual Distributed Generation Virtual Summit on August 22, 2013 is a 100% online program focused on helping utilities prepare for a market in which distributed generation plays a significant role.  Topics to be addressed Include ... status and prospects for energy storage in enabling distributed generation ...

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      Mentions: GE Schneider Battelle
    4. Smart Grid Reality Check, Part III: Microgrids

      Smart Grid Reality Check, Part III: Microgrids

      Microgrids may well become a platform for integrating technologies such as distributed generation (DG) and energy storage, enabling these and other innovative applications. Will microgrids serve utility needs, or will they enable utility customers to break away? Can microgrids be implemented to the benefit of both utilities and customers? Despite these uncertainties, a recent IEEE Continue reading →

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      Mentions: IEEE
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