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    2. California ISO Tests Flow Battery Tech that Could Decrease Bulk Storage Costs

      California ISO Tests Flow Battery Tech that Could Decrease Bulk Storage Costs
      The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) on April 30 said it has become one of the first wholesale power markets in the United States to connect a new and innovative battery storage technology to its grid. The four-year pilot project is intended to test and evaluate the performance of flow batteries in the commercial wholesale market. San Diego Gas Electric, in coordination with Tokyo-based SumitomoElectric, started testing a flow battery ...
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    3. Thermal Storage Finds a Niche Reducing Energy Demand in Refrigeration

      Thermal Storage Finds a Niche Reducing Energy Demand in Refrigeration
      Thermal storage is gaining ground in refrigeration applications, providing demand response for one of utilities most energy-intensive industries. Thermal storage generally involves salt-based solutions that can absorb heat and cool refrigerators. Viking Cold Solutions partnered with Eversource to install a Viking Cold Solutions thermal energy storage system to reduce the Greater Boston Food Banks peak demand, realizing a 75 percent reduction in peak energy use, the company said.
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    4. 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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    5. How California's New Time-of-Use Rates Will Affect C&I Customers Considering Solar PV

      How California's New Time-of-Use Rates Will Affect C&I Customers Considering Solar PV
      On December 1, San Diego Gas Electric became the first of Californias investor-owned utilities to implement a new time-of-use period that shifts the peak period later into the evening, to align with the "head" of the duck curve. Commercial, institutional and industrial customers in SDGE territory are subject to some of the most expensive demand charges in the country, making it an attractive market for demand-charge management. Unlike residential customers ...
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