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    2. Pacific Northwest poised to test 100% renewables as utilities weigh gas vs. storage

      Pacific Northwest poised to test 100% renewables as utilities weigh gas vs. storage
      As multiple states and municipalitiesdrive toward 100% renewable energy, the Pacific Northwest may be in the most unique position to answer the questions that generally arise despite geographic, economic and climate differences with the rest of the country. Such questions include: What is the right mix of wind, solar, storage, nuclear and hydropower to provide carbon-free energy at an affordable and reliable level? How much should natural gas be relied ...
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      Mentions: California U.S. GE
    3. CAISO focuses on summer 2021 as final analysis of August blackouts nears completion

      CAISO focuses on summer 2021 as final analysis of August blackouts nears completion
      California's energy agencies will soon release a final root cause analysis of the rolling blackouts that affected the state this past August, and the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) has focused its efforts on preparing for summer 2021, according to executives. The final analysis is expected to point to three contributing factors the climate-change induced heat storm in the Western U.S., changing supply and demand patterns, as well ...
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      Mentions: California U.S. CAISO
    4. It's time to unlock Canada's energy storage potential in the climate change fight

      It's time to unlock Canada's energy storage potential in the climate change fight
      Energy storage's potential and value needs to be allowed to shine for Canada to achieve its goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 - and to avoid being left behind in the international race to modernise global energy systems, writes Justin Wahid Rangooni, executive director of the trade association Energy Storage Canada.
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    5. US storage deployments shatter record in Q3, with 7.5 GW projected by 2025: WoodMac

      US storage deployments shatter record in Q3, with 7.5 GW projected by 2025: WoodMac
      A record-breaking 476 MW of storage resources were deployed in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2020 a 240% increase over the previous record, which was set in the previous quarter a December report from Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) found. The domestic battery energy storage market is set to grow sixfold to a total of nearly 7.5 GW with a $7 ...
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      Mentions: U.S. ESA
    6. U.S. Deploys Record Amount of Energy Storage in Q3

      U.S. Deploys Record Amount of Energy Storage in Q3
      Approximately 476  MW of energy storage were  deployed this year an increase of  240% over the previous high set last quarter, according to Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Associations (ESA) recently released U.S. Energy Storage Monitor report. As noted in the research, the new record  for storage  is  not an anomaly but rather predictive of things to come as front-of-the-meter  (FTM)  storage procurements, particularly in California ...
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    7. Enel X and Eaton Team Up on Solar and Storage Microgrid in Puerto Rico

      Enel X and Eaton Team Up on Solar and Storage Microgrid in Puerto Rico
      Enel X and power equipment and management company Eaton will partner on a solar-storage microgrid in Puerto Rico, one of the largest yet built on an island struggling to restructure its hurricane-battered power grid. The microgrid, Enel Xs first such project in Puerto Rico, will provide backup power at Eaton's circuit breaker factory in the coastal city of Arecibo. It will center on a 5-megawatt solar array and 1 ...
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    8. US Energy Storage Market Shatters Records in Q3 2020

      US Energy Storage Market Shatters Records in Q3 2020
      According to Wood Mackenzie and the U.S. Energy Storage Associations (ESA) latest US Energy Storage Monitor report, 476 megawatts (MW) of storage were deployed in Q3 2020. This is an increase of 240% over the previous high, set last quarter. As noted in the research, the new record for storage is not an anomaly but rather a sign of things to come as front-of-the-meter (FTM) storage procurements, particularly in ...
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      Mentions: California U.S. ESA
    9. The US energy storage market was redefined in Q3

      The US energy storage market was redefined in Q3
      A record 476 MW/764 MWh were installed in Q3, with California's deployment figures alone shattering all previous quarterly records. According to the latest edition of Wood Mackenzies U.S. energy storage monitor, the country deployed 476 MW of energy storage in Q2, 240% more than was installed in Q2, which just so happened to be the previous quarterly record for installed capacity. That 476 MW mark represents more ...
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    10. What the US energy storage industry could look like under Biden-Harris

      What the US energy storage industry could look like under Biden-Harris
      Earlier this month as the US presidential election results finally looked settled, the Energy Storage Association and its CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman welcomed the prospect of working with Joe Biden and his incoming administration. In an exclusive first interview for international press since the elections,Energy-Storage.newsspeaks with CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman about the Energy Storage Associations hopes, ambitions and policy asks as 2021 begins to come into view.
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    11. ESA Lauds FERC 2222, but says states are "where it's happening for storage"

      ESA Lauds FERC 2222, but says states are "where it's happening for storage"
      The U.S. energy storage sector recently reported its strongest second quarter on record, with 168 MW of energy storage deployed in 2Q20--an increase of 72 percent quarter-over-quarter. With 2Q20 deployments setting a record this year, the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) projects the nation's energy storage market will grow significantly over the next six years.
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      Mentions: U.S. ESA FERC
    12. Reminder: Getting Started with Energy Storage: The Essential Guide for Planning, Analyzing, Procuring and Communicating

      Reminder: Getting Started with Energy Storage: The Essential Guide for Planning, Analyzing, Procuring and Communicating
      Incorporating energy storage assumptions into utility system planning processes results in a more resilient, efficient, sustainable, and affordable electricity grid.With this seminar, utilities, regulators, and other stakeholders can learn about new energy storage modeling and planning techniques that are being incorporated at utility systems around the country to ensure cost effective procurement and reliable operations. Join the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA) and Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI ...
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