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    2. Ingersoll Rand : Completes Acquisition of CALMAC® Corporation, a Leading Thermal Energy Storage Company

      Ingersoll Rand : Completes Acquisition of CALMAC® Corporation, a Leading Thermal Energy Storage Company
      Expands company’s thermal energy storage solutions portfolio and reinforces company’s climate commitment Strong strategic fit with company’s strategy to help customers solve climate challenges including energy and fuel efficiency, food waste and productivity Increases speed to market and broadens opportunity for growth in all regions of the world Ingersoll-Rand plc (NYSE:IR), a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, announced it has completed the ...
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    3. Energy Storage Association Maps Out Path Forward for a Disruption-Proof, Resilient Grid: 35 GW of Energy Storage by 2025

      Energy Storage Association Maps Out Path Forward for a Disruption-Proof, Resilient Grid: 35 GW of Energy Storage by 2025
      Washington, D.C., November 6, 2017- The Energy Storage Association (ESA) today released its 35x25: A Vision for Energy Storage white paper, which maps a clear and actionable pathway to reaching 35 gigawatts (GW) of new energy storage systems installed in the U.S. by 2025. Created in conjunction with Navigant Research, the white paper outlines the market drivers that are powering rapid storage industry growth and explains the value ...
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    4. Getting The U.S. To 35 GW Of Energy Storage By 2025

      Getting The U.S. To 35 GW Of Energy Storage By 2025
      This morning, the Energy Storage Association released its whitepaper 35 X 25: A Vision For Energy Storage, which lays out a plan for deploying 35 gigawatts (GW - a gigawatt equals 1,000 megawatts) of storage by 2025. The report developed in collaboration with Navigant Research - outlines a number of developments that argue in favor of energy storage, including: a growing need for grid reliability and resiliency, especially as more critical ...
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    5. Bennet Leads Effort to Ensure Federal Funding Can Be Used to Rebuild More Resilient and Clean Energy Systems After Disasters

      Bennet Leads Effort to Ensure Federal Funding Can Be Used to Rebuild More Resilient and Clean Energy Systems After Disasters
      Washington, D.C. U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-Colo.), along with Senators Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), today introduced legislation to ensure federal disaster funding can be used to build more resilient, efficient, clean, and low-cost energy systems. The bill targets critical infrastructure and directs the Department of Energys national labs to provide assistance in rebuilding efforts. The introduction comes on the heels of todays U.S ...
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    6. Next-Generation Energy Technologies Are Constrained by Outdated Markets. Here's How to Fix Them

      Next-Generation Energy Technologies Are Constrained by Outdated Markets. Here's How to Fix Them
      After eight and a half years of the most rewarding experience of my professional life, the end of November will bring the close of my tenure at GTM and GTM Research.I couldnt be more proud of our team and our work, and Im beyond excited to see what comes next. Ill continue playing a part in GTMs future -- Ill remain a senior adviser to both GTM and Wood Mackenzie ...
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    7. The Energy 202: Tax Debate Opens Door for Renewables to Get Same Break as Fossil Fuels

      The Energy 202: Tax Debate Opens Door for Renewables to Get Same Break as Fossil Fuels
      As solar and wind power make up a small but increasing share of U.S. electricity generation, at least one member of the Trump administration has pointed out that the renewable energy sources are propped up by federal tax subsidies. Id let them stand on their own and compete against coal and natural gas and other sources, Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt said of solar and wind energy this ...
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    8. Sens. Coons, Moran, Reps. Poe, Thompson Introduce Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation to Level the Playing Field For Clean Energy

      Sens. Coons, Moran, Reps. Poe, Thompson Introduce Bipartisan, Bicameral Legislation to Level the Playing Field For Clean Energy
      WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Senators Chris Coons (D-DE) and Jerry Moran (R-KS), and Representatives Ted Poe (R-TX-02) and Mike Thompson (D-CA-05) re-introduced bipartisan legislation to level the energy playing field by giving investors in a range of clean energy projects access to a decades-old corporate structure whose tax advantage is currently available only to investors in fossil fuel-based energy projects. TheMaster Limited Partnerships Parity Actis a straightforward, powerful modification ...
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    9. Tesla Makes Quick Work of Puerto Rico Hospital Solar Power Relief Project

      Tesla Makes Quick Work of Puerto Rico Hospital Solar Power Relief Project
      Tesla CEO Elon Musk noted on Twitter that Teslas solar team could indeed outfit Puerto Rico with power facilities that could be used to generate and store power reserves when the existing grid isnt available, as it has been after the U.S. territory faced the devastation of hurricane Maria. Now, Tesla is showing that its making good on its promise of help, with significant progress being made on one ...
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    10. Broad Interest in Nukes, Especially SMRs, at National Clean Energy Week

      Broad Interest in Nukes, Especially SMRs, at National Clean Energy Week
      National Clean Energy Week was conceived in June by the Coalition of Responsible Energy Solutions. During July and August the organizers attracted partners, sponsors and speakers. They developed a week-long agenda and located venues for the expo, symposium and panels. Festivities began with a welcome reception for invited guests at Googles Washington, D.C. office on Sept. 25. Tuesdays NCEW symposium included talks by Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Interior ...
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    11. Policy Biggest Obstacle for Storage, Panel Says

      Policy Biggest Obstacle for Storage, Panel Says
      SAN DIEGO The electricity sector continues to identify possible applications for energy storage while costs for the technology steadily decline, but the lack of cohesive federal, state and local policy remains the chief obstacle to integration, a panel of experts said Wednesday. The technology piece has caught up. What we cannot afford to do is let the policy drag it down, Kiran Kumaraswamy of AES Energy Storage said during a ...
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