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    2. Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Facility That Was Site of Massive Leak Can Reopen, State Says

      Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Facility That Was Site of Massive Leak Can Reopen, State Says
      The Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility, where the largest methane leak in U.S. history forced thousands to flee their homes, can resume natural gas injections at a reduced capacity, state officials said Wednesday. The announcement follows months of inspections at the sprawling field above Porter Ranch and the implementation of new safety protocols that officials said will protect the public and stave off an energy shortage in Southern ...
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    3. Can a Flow Battery Steal the Throne From TEP's 4.5-Cent Solar-Plus-Storage PPA?

      Can a Flow Battery Steal the Throne From TEP's 4.5-Cent Solar-Plus-Storage PPA?
      Signing the cheapest PPA is like conquering the Iron Throne: Before you even have time to enjoy the accomplishment, someone's on their way to take it from you. In May, NextEra Energy Resources secured a 4.5-cent per kilowatt-hour solar-plus-storage PPA with Tucson Electric Power. That's low for just solar, but the 100 megawatts of generation will come backed by 30 megawatts of 4-hour-duration energy storage. The system ...
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      Mentions: CA U.S. Arizona
    4. Sunrun's Evolution From Home Solar Installer to Comprehensive Energy Solution Provider

      Sunrun's Evolution From Home Solar Installer to Comprehensive Energy Solution Provider
      A decade may not seem like a remarkably long time to have been in business, but it certainly is in the world of rooftop solar. In an industry known for its ups and downs, residential solar installer Sunrun hit the commendable milestone last week of 10 years in operation. Executive Chairman and co-founder Ed Fenster and CEO and co-founder Lynn Jurich launched Sunrun in 2007 from an attic in San ...
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    5. No, Cities Are Not Actually Leading on Climate. Enough With the Mindless Cheerleading

      No, Cities Are Not Actually Leading on Climate. Enough With the Mindless Cheerleading
      The idea that cities are leading on climate change is applauded over and over and over. Theres just one problem. It's not actually happening. Retrofit programs for buildings and homes aren't delivering results. Power distribution remains rooted in century-old thinking and technology. And those cities that claim to be on track to go "100 percent renewable"? Not even close. With the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris accord ...
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    6. Renewable Energy Not a Threat to Grid, Draft of U.S. Study Finds

      Renewable Energy Not a Threat to Grid, Draft of U.S. Study Finds
      Wind and solar power dont pose a significant threat to the reliability of the U.S. power grid, Energy Department staff members said in a draft report, contradicting statements by their leader Rick Perry. "The power system is more reliable today due to better planning, market discipline, and better operating rules and standards," according to a July draft of the study obtained by Bloomberg. The findings -- which are still under ...
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    7. Project Financing Grows for Commercial Energy Storage, Lags for Residential

      Project Financing Grows for Commercial Energy Storage, Lags for Residential
      The energy storage industry needs better financing to break out of its early stages. So far, commercial project financing is becoming more widely available, but residential financing has barely gotten started. The high upfront cost of storage makes it hard for behind-the-meter customers to purchase out of pocket, and they can't call on the kind of capital available to utilities or large power producers. For financiers, meanwhile, energy storage ...
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    8. ViZn Energy Systems Enables 24/7 „Solar Nights” at Lowest Ever Published Cost

      ViZn Energy Systems Enables 24/7 „Solar Nights” at Lowest Ever Published Cost
      AUSTIN, TX(Jul 11, 2017) ViZn Energy Systems Inc. (ViZn), a leading provider of utility scale energy storage systems, is working to make the sun shine all night by integrating its zinc iron flow battery storage system for a record low price of 4/kWh. A ViZn 30 MW, 4-hour system added to a 100 MW solar plant can generate a seven percent internal rate of return (IRR) with a ...
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      Mentions: India U.S. Europe
    9. The Energy Secretary Is Wrong: The Grid is Ready for Renewables

      The Energy Secretary Is Wrong: The Grid is Ready for Renewables
      The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will soon release a study asserting that wind and solar energy are undermining the electricity grid and that only fossil fuel and nuclear plants can assure the grids reliability. Making this prediction requires no extrasensory powers. It stems directly from the April 14 memo by Energy Secretary Rick Perry that ordered the study. Echoing a popular argument of the fossil fuel industry, Perry ...
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      Mentions: DoE U.S.
    10. Energy Storage Industry Hopes for Stroke of Gov. Cuomo's Pen

      Energy Storage Industry Hopes for Stroke of Gov. Cuomo's Pen
      New York looks poised to be another big win for the energy storage industry, pending the signature of Gov. Andrew Cuomo on a recently passed bill to create an energy storage target. Cuomo has yet to show his hand, but energy storage advocates are hopeful that the already green-leaning governor will sign SB 5190/AB 6571. The bipartisan legislation requires that the public service commission set a target for energy ...
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    11. Ideal Power Partners with Azimuth Energy for 300 Kilowatt / 500 Kilowatt-Hour Remote Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrid

      Ideal Power Partners with Azimuth Energy for 300 Kilowatt / 500 Kilowatt-Hour Remote Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrid
      AUSTIN, Texas, June 27, 2017 -- Ideal Power Inc., an innovative power conversion technology company, Azimuth Energy, a solar and wind energy and energy efficiency engineering and construction company and Wright Architects, a design-build firm with projects along the East Coast and the Caribbean, today announced a solar-plus-storage project that will provide off-grid and virtually fossil-free power to a remote building complex in rural New York.
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      Mentions: U.S. TX Caribbean
    12. US-India Consortium to Advance Energy Independence

      US-India Consortium to Advance Energy Independence
      The Department of Energy will award $7.5 million for a joint U.S.-India five-year project that will help advance the development of the power grid. The Indian Ministry of Science and Technology and industry partners will match DOEs commitment, bringing the total commitment to $30 million. This initiative, supported by DOEs Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability builds on the Departments commitment to fostering the reliable, resilient ...
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      Mentions: India U.S.
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