1. California

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    2. California’s Wildfire Threat Could be an Opportunity for Clean-Energy Microgrids

      California’s Wildfire Threat Could be an Opportunity for Clean-Energy Microgrids
      Californias biggest investor-owned utilities are expected to de-energize power lines more frequently this year to stop them from igniting fires when the weather is dry and windy. Its one of the fastest and cheapest ways for utilities to keep wildfires from sparking. But theres an obvious downside: Whole communities can go dark for hours or even days. With those concerns in mind, some energy companies are urging state officials to ...
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    3. US Energy Storage Broke Records in 2018, but the Best Is Yet to Come

      US Energy Storage Broke Records in 2018, but the Best Is Yet to Come
      The U.S. energy storage industry delivered record deployments in 2018, driven by a strong fourth quarter for utility-scale projects. But the new achievement for the young industry pales compared to whats to come: an expected doubling in 2019, followed by a tripling in 2020. Such growth will propel energy storage out of pilot-scale projects and into grid planning conversations around the country. Battery installations for 2018 totaled 311 megawatts ...
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  1. Quotes about California

    1. It's very interesting to be working in California -- watching how storage is being [viewed] by system operators and how it lines up with broad policy objectives.
      In AES on the 50 MW of Grid Energy Storage Destined for Southern California
    2. With the support of DOE, the Energy Commission, our technical team and investors, EnerVault's long-duration, grid-scale energy storage systems are ready to participate in California's ground-breaking energy storage market in less than five years from our first round of funding.
      In California Energy Commission Joins U.S. Department of Energy to Dedicate EnerVault’s Long-Duration Energy Storage System
    3. The EnerVault Turlock project solidifies California's position as an incubator of companies that attract investment, and demonstrates the value of public-sector investments in energy research and development.
      In California Energy Commission Joins U.S. Department of Energy to Dedicate EnerVault’s Long-Duration Energy Storage System
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