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    1. UK Power Reserve Partners with Global Energy Storage Provider Fluence to Deliver 60MW Battery Storage for UK Grid

      UK Power Reserve Partners with Global Energy Storage Provider Fluence to Deliver 60MW Battery Storage for UK Grid

      SOLIHULL, England & ARLINGTON, Va.--(Business Wire)--UK Power Reserve is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Fluence, a market-leading global provider of energy storage technology and services, to deliver the first phase of its 120MW battery storage portfolio. This partnership represents the single largest energy storage portfolio transaction with one technology provider announced in the UK to date. Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3811487#ixzz5IFO01Nqz

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      Mentions: IN Asia Africa
    2. First Community Solar Plus Storage Project in Massachusetts Announced for Energy Leader Sterling Municipal Light Department by Origis Energy USA

      First Community Solar Plus Storage Project in Massachusetts Announced for Energy Leader Sterling Municipal Light Department by Origis Energy USA

      MIAMI--Origis Energy USA, Powering the Solar RevolutionSM with custom clean energy solutions, today announced the Sterling Community Solar + Energy Storage project under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Sterling, MA based, Sterling Municipal Light Department (SMLD). Representing the first community solar plus storage project in Massachusetts, the project couples a 1 MWAC rooftop solar installation with a 1 MW/2 MWh energy storage system to deliver an annual base load of 1.7 MWh in dispatchable clean energy to the town’s ratepayers. It has been developed and will be owned by Origis Energy USA. Sterling Community Solar + Energy Storage will also be the first operational solar plus storage project in Massachusetts.

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    3. Amber Kinetics Wins Top Array Changing Technologies Award from PV Magazine

      Amber Kinetics Wins Top Array Changing Technologies Award from PV Magazine

      UNION CITY, Calif.--Amber Kinetics, Inc., the developer and manufacturer of game-changing, four-hour discharge duration flywheel energy storage technology, was named the winner of pv magazine’s Array Changing Technologies Award 2017. The award has been given annually since 2015 to recognize excellence in innovation for solar components and PV power plant development and operation.

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      Mentions: CA DoE HI
    4. Funds for Battery Storage, Smart Grid, Energy Tech Tops $1B

      Funds for Battery Storage, Smart Grid, Energy Tech Tops $1B

      The first half of 2017 has been very rewarding for battery storage, smart grid, and energy efficiency companies who received venture capital (VC) funding worth over $1.0 billion globally. Mercom Capital Group, a global clean energy communications, and consulting firm, published its latest report for the first half of 2017, detailing the combined funding, mergers & acquisitions across the three separate sectors globally. According to Mercom, which covered 89 companies in its report, Investment in Battery Storage, Smart Grid, and Energy Efficiency reached a total of $1.03 billion, a 25 percent increase over the $807 million raised in the first half of 2016.

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    5. Stem Energy Storage Network Delivers Emergency Grid Relief in California Heat

      Stem Energy Storage Network Delivers Emergency Grid Relief in California Heat

      MILLBRAE, Calif.----Stem Inc. activated several of its virtual power plants, networks of energy storage systems located at business and institutions throughout the state, multiple times during an unprecedented heat wave last week, automatically dispatching stored energy to provide emergency Demand Response services to the California System Independent System Operator (CAISO) and three major utilities.

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    6. Texas, the U.S. Wind Energy Leader Now Looks to Battery Storage

      Texas, the U.S. Wind Energy Leader Now Looks to Battery Storage

      Texas, the long time hometown to the nation's oil and gas industry, now has the most installed wind energy generation in the country and continues to add more wind generating capacity each year going forward. According to the American Wind Energy Association in its latest 2014 quarterly production data, Texas has installed more than 12,752 megawatts (MW) of wind energy and currently has more than 40 new wind projects in various stages of development. Its total wind energy output is on par with many U.S. nuclear plants and it has double the amount of wind production as California and more than four times the amount of wind energy generated in neighboring Oklahoma, it close cousin in the oil and gas industry.

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      Mentions: CA U.S. AWEA
    7. Stem Distributed Storage Participating Directly in the California ISO Market

      Stem Distributed Storage Participating Directly in the California ISO Market

      Stem, Inc., a leader in advanced energy technology, today announced it is actively participating in the California ISO (Independent System Operator) market with distributed energy storage devices on the California grid. The milestone marks the first time an energy storage company has achieved market participation with aggregated, behind-the-meter energy storage. Host customers for the energy storage devices, who are contributing to this pioneering effort, include the InterContinental San Francisco and InterContinental Mark Hopkins hotels.

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      Mentions: CA GE CESA
    8. Geli Commences Operation of First Grid-Tied, Solar EV Fast Charger with Energy Storage

      Geli Commences Operation of First Grid-Tied, Solar EV Fast Charger with Energy Storage

      Growing Energy Labs Inc. (Geli) today announced the commercial operation of the first grid-tied, solar-integrated EV (electric vehicle) fast charging station optimized by energy storage. Located at City Hall in the City of Benicia, the system was designed by San Francisco-based Geli and funded with a $79,200 California Energy Commission grant administered jointly by the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and EV Communities Alliance.

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      Mentions: CA CO CA Energy Comm
    9. Retired Duke Energy's Rogers Sees Changes for Electric Utilities

      Retired Duke Energy's Rogers Sees Changes for Electric Utilities

      This past Friday the U.S. Energy Storage Association held its 2014 annual conference in Washington D.C. and featured as its keynote speaker, James E. Rogers, retired Chairman and CEO, Duke Energy who spoke about the future of U.S. electric utilities and significant changes he sees for the industry in the coming years. Speaking before an audience of more than 600 conference attendees, Rogers advised, “New regulations and new business models are now inevitable for the electric utility industry.”

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      Mentions: U.S. Duke Energy ESA
    10. Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) Systems

      Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) Systems

      Among the various types of energy storage technologies, Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) and Super Capacitor Energy Storage are recognized as technologies with almost negligible energy losses. Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) system, a device that stores energy in the magnetic field, can instantly release stored energy and are considered ideal for shorter duration energy storage applications.

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      Mentions: Japan Asia DoE
    11. Infocast Presents California Energy Market Summit this December in San Francisco

      Infocast Presents California Energy Market Summit this December in San Francisco

      Joining the Summit will be speakers from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California ISO (CAISO), the Office of Governor Edmund G Brown, Jr., Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Dynergy Power LLC, Independent Energy Producers Association, SunEdison, AES Energy Storage, Clean Line Energy Partners LLC, Energy Capital Partners, Chadbourne & Parke LLP, ICF International, EnerNOC, EnergyHub, Guardian Industries Corp. and many more.

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    12. Active Power has mistaken the identity of its Chinese distribution partner

      Active Power has mistaken the identity of its Chinese distribution partner

      The company previously announced in error that a partnership agreement with Digital China Information Service Company Limited was entered into on April 30, 2013. However, the company's previously announced agreement in China is with Qiyuan Network System Limited, which the company's management discovered is neither an affiliate nor a subsidiary of Digital China Information Service Company Limited.

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      Mentions: TX China Active Power
    13. Arista Power Announces First Sale of a Power on Demand System in the New York City Area

      Arista Power Announces First Sale of a Power on Demand System in the New York City Area

      Arista Power ... has received an order for a Power on Demand system (“PoD”) from City Lights at Queens Landing, Inc. (“City Lights”) pursuant to which City Lights has agreed to purchase a Power on Demand system from Arista Power for installation and use at City Lights’ 43-story, 525-unit cooperative building located in Long Island City, New York (the “City Lights Building”).

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      Mentions: CO Arista NY
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