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    2. How NYPA is Taking ‘First Mover’ Position on EVs, Energy Storage and the Digital Grid

      How NYPA is Taking ‘First Mover’ Position on EVs, Energy Storage and the Digital Grid
      As the largest state-owned public utility in America, in one of the most progressive states in the country, the New York Power Authority doesnt have the option of taking a wait and see approach on cleantech. Plus, NYPAs business model enables it to invest in and deploy new technologies in bold ways, according to President and CEO Gil Quiniones.
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      Mentions: CA U.S. Israel
    3. Stem, Inc. Selected by Sheraton Waikiki for AI-Driven Energy Storage

      Stem, Inc. Selected by Sheraton Waikiki for AI-Driven Energy Storage
      Sheraton Waikiki has selected Stem, Inc., the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-powered energy storage, to provide energy storage services in support of the global hotel leaders environmental sustainability planning. The 500 kWh system at the Sheraton Waikiki, which is owned by Kyo-ya Hotels Resorts, will be the largest customer-sited system to participate in a utility program in Hawaii, and will play a maverick role in the transition of ...
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    4. Energy Storage Association Adds EVgo EVP Julie Blunden to its 2018 – 2019 Board of Directors

      Energy Storage Association Adds EVgo EVP Julie Blunden to its 2018 – 2019 Board of Directors
      WASHINGTON, D.C., June 7, 2018 The Energy Storage Association (ESA), the national trade association for the U.S. energy storage industry, announced today that Julie Blunden is the newest addition to its board of directors. Pursuant to ESAs by-laws, Blunden was appointed to serve as a director for the remainder of the 2018 2019 term by the current board chair after a position became vacant in May.
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    5. U.S. Residential Energy Storage Market Hits New Highs in Q1 2018

      U.S. Residential Energy Storage Market Hits New Highs in Q1 2018
      BOSTON, Mass. and WASHINGTON D.C. (Jun 6, 2018) -- Deployments of home energy storage systems reached record heights in the first quarter of 2018. According to the latest U.S. Energy Storage Monitor report from GTM Research and the Energy Storage Association (ESA), 36 megawatt-hours of grid-connected residential energy storage systems were deployed in the first three months of this year, which is equivalent to the amount of residential storage ...
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      Mentions: U.S. ESA MA
    6. Grid Mod Policy Actions Sump 75%, with storage Playing a Central Role

      Grid Mod Policy Actions Sump 75%, with storage Playing a Central Role
      A sure measure of how much and how fast the U.S. power system is changing is that the number of policy actions addressing grid modernization jumped 75% from Q1 2017 to Q1 2018. This also reveals something more important about grid modernization. Grid modernization is everything from advance metering infrastructure (AMI) to rate design that would make the system "more resilient, responsive, and interactive," according to the Q1 2018 ...
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    7. Energy Storage Could Be Residential Solar's Next Growth Product

      Energy Storage Could Be Residential Solar's Next Growth Product
      Residential solar installers are quietly starting to expand their offerings to include energy storage, which could be a much-needed revenue boost for the industry. Tesla's (NASDAQ:TSLA) Powerwall is the best-known energy storage device, but Sunrun (NASDAQ:RUN), SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR), and Vivint Solar (NYSE:VSLR) are entering the market as well, and they're seeing some signs of success early in 2018. What's great about energy storage ...
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      Mentions: CA U.S. MA
    8. What About Wind-Plus-Storage? It's Not Like Solar-Plus-Storage at All; or is it?

      What About Wind-Plus-Storage? It's Not Like Solar-Plus-Storage at All; or is it?
      Energy storage is storming the U.S. power industry, driving changes from the bulk system level to the customer level. At the system level, February's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Order 845 required bulk system operators to design new rules to integrate storage. April's Order 841 rewrote the rules on interconnection, opening new opportunities for storage.
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      Mentions: CA U.S. AWEA
    9. Arizona Is Getting Its First Standalone Battery Peaker

      Arizona Is Getting Its First Standalone Battery Peaker
      The Salt River Project will build Arizonas first standalone energy storage plant for peak power. The utility has contracted for a 20-year power-purchase agreement with AES, which will own and operate the 10-megawatt/40-megawatt-hour system provided by Fluence. The project will sit in Chandler, outside of Phoenix, to deliver peaking capacity to the metropolitan area.
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    10. Australian Solar Plant to Have World's Largest Power Storage Capacity

      Australian Solar Plant to Have World's Largest Power Storage Capacity
      A roughly $1 billion solar energy project in Australia will employ one of the biggest power storage facilities in the world, with Japanese and Western companies contributing funds. As part of this, a 250-megawatt plant in the state of South Australia will use a 100MW lithium-ion battery storage system. The storage capacity will be on par with a wind farm battery system from Tesla in Australia, now the largest of ...
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    11. Message to FERC: Think Beyond Bulk Power to Achieve Grid Resilience

      Message to FERC: Think Beyond Bulk Power to Achieve Grid Resilience
      Several groups are urging FERC to give microgrids and distributed energy resources a place at the table as it searches for ways to improve electric grid resilience on the bulk power system. grid resilienceThe groups offered input recently as part of a proceeding (AD18-7-000) that FERC opened after rejecting U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perrys push to subsidize coal-fired power plants. FERC determined that the subsidies arent necessary for grid ...
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    12. Siemens Gamesa Pursues Hybrid Wind and Solar Projects With Energy Storage

      Siemens Gamesa Pursues Hybrid Wind and Solar Projects With Energy Storage
      Siemens Gamesa, the leading turbine manufacturer, is looking to go beyond wind into hybrid systems with solar and storage. The companys chief technology officer, Antonio de la Torre Quiralte, told GTM that Siemens Gamesa remains committed to the wind market. However, it is increasingly interested in other technologies to reduce renewable energy intermittency.
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