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    1. The U.S., Japan, and China Lead the $113.5 Billion Grid Storage Market in 2017

      The U.S., Japan, and China Lead the $113.5 Billion Grid Storage Market in 2017
      Despite regulatory uncertainty, a highly fragmented global market, and a risk-averse client base, the demand for energy storage on the grid will zoom to $113.5 billion in 2017, from a $2.8 billion market in 2012, reaching 185.4 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of capacity from 3.2 GWh, according to a Lux Research report.
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      Mentions: Japan Asia U.S.
    2. Electric Energy Storage Systems to Enhance Electric Grid Reliability and Support Expanded Renewable Energy Usage

      New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that electric energy storage systems are inscribed in the development strategies of intermittent renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) developers, grid operators and utility companies
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      Mentions: Italy Siemens
    3. Siemens connects 500kWh Li-ion pilot power system to Enel's grid in Italy

      Siemens connects 500kWh Li-ion pilot power system to Enel's grid in Italy

      Siemens Infrastructure & Cities connected a 1MVA, 500kWh pilot energy storage solution to the medium voltage distribution network of Italian utility, Enel, in February.  Enel uses it to study Smart Grid solutions for voltage regulation, integration of renewables, the integration of EV charging stations, and black start capabilities.

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      Mentions: Italy Siemens
    4. Schneider Buys Weather Forecaster: When to Charge & Drain Storage

      Schneider Buys Weather Forecaster: When to Charge & Drain Storage
      [weather forecasting could] estimate generation by distributed resources such as solar and wind. They're dependent on the weather also. Throw in some distributed storage. You’d know when to charge it and when to drain it to minimize cost and/or maximize efficiency. No wonder Schneider Electric has acquired Telvent … which offers global precision weather forecasting.
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      Mentions: France Schneider
    5. Study by Newton-Evans: brief overview of storage in "Worldwide Smart Grid Market in 2011"

      Study by Newton-Evans: brief overview of storage in "Worldwide Smart Grid Market in 2011"
      The Newton-Evans Research Co. has announced publication of its newest three volume study of smart grid research topics. The study is based on inputs from utilities, regulators and industry equipment manufacturers, systems integrators and consulting firms, as well as highlights from recently completed Newton-Evans studies.
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      Mentions: India U.S. Brazil
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