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    2. Enel plans to deploy 1 GW storage capacity across renewable portfolio through 2022

      Enel plans to deploy 1 GW storage capacity across renewable portfolio through 2022
      Enel Green Power plans to deploy 1 GW of battery storage capacity across its new and existing renewables project in the U.S. over the next two years, the company announced Tuesday. Enel just began constructing its first utility-scale hybrid project in North America, a 146 MW photovoltaic facility co-located with a 50 MW/75 MWh battery in Texas, scheduled to be operational by summer 2021.
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    3. Energy Storage Annual Conference and Expo Will Be Held Digitally

      Energy Storage Annual Conference and Expo Will Be Held Digitally
      In what is certainly a tribute to, and vote of confidence for, the growing strength of utility-scale storage, three organizations, the U.S. Energy Storage Association (a national trade association for the U.S. energy storage industry), the Edison Electric Institute (the national association for investor-owned utilities) and the Electric Power Research Institute (an independent, non-profit organization focusing on utility research, created by Congress) have joined forces to host the ...
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    4. The U.S. Energy Storage Association Announces Keynote Speaker Lineup for Virtual #ESACon20

      The U.S. Energy Storage Association Announces Keynote Speaker Lineup for Virtual #ESACon20
      The U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA), the national trade association for the American energy storage industry, will welcome a host of distinguished keynote speakers for the ESA Energy Storage Annual Conference Expo (#ESACon20). The virtual event takes place from August 24 to 27 and brings together the broad electricity sector under the theme of Electrification and Resilience: Were All in This Together.U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Under ...
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    5. New group led by IREC aims to simplify energy storage interconnection

      New group led by IREC aims to simplify energy storage interconnection
      Energy storage technologies have a crucial role to play in enabling the transition to a low-carboneconomy. Despite significant growth of the energy storage market in recent years, the process of connecting this technology to the electricity grid remains complex and unclear in many states across the U.S. A new project, supported by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office, aims to simplify ...
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    6. Largest US battery resource connects to CAISO grid, signaling next phase in California's storage growth

      Largest US battery resource connects to CAISO grid, signaling next phase in California's storage growth
      Jason Burwen, vice president of policy at the Energy Storage Association, said in a statement that the announcement reflects the relentless movement of energy storage into mainstream electric system operations. "It's also important to note that this project is a standalone battery storage system. While there can be benefits to integrating storage directly with generation as a 'hybrid resource,'the LS Power storage system in CAISO is a reminder ...
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    7. Alliant Energy tries batteries over grid upgrades to boost solar energy in Iowa - Solar Builder

      Alliant Energy tries batteries over grid upgrades to boost solar energy in Iowa - Solar Builder
      The next frontier for solar energy is solutions that do not affect the performance and efficiency of the electric grid. An innovative battery-storage solution in Decorah, Iowa, jointly supported by Alliant Energy, US Department of Energy (DOE), and the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA), looks to seamlessly connect customer-owned solar while maintaining reliable electrical service across the community.
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    8. Statement from ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman on Passage Of FY21 Energy & Water Budget by House Appropriations Committee

      Statement from ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman on Passage Of FY21 Energy & Water Budget by House Appropriations Committee
      The U.S. Energy Storage Association applauds the House Appropriations Committee forapproving FY 2021 investmentsto build jobs in the energy storage industry while driving innovation and ensuring greater grid resilience, said ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman. The $1.3 billion legislation passed today would invest in an unprecedented level of storage technology demonstrations as outlined in the bipartisan Better Energy Storage Technology (BEST) Act; it would jumpstart new U.S. manufacturing ...
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    9. Holding on to power - Why storage is a crucial part of the state’s new energy vision

      Holding on to power - Why storage is a crucial part of the state’s new energy vision
      Today, only 5 percent of New Jerseys total electricity generation is from renewable sources. This is mostly solar with some biomass and wind. However, the 2019 NJ Energy Master Plan sets a goal of 100 percent of the states energy needs coming from clean energy by 2050. There are many pieces to hitting this target, but the state has mandated that 50 percent of its electricity should come from renewable ...
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    10. Deloitte: Intermittent renewables pass COVID-19 grid reliability test

      Deloitte: Intermittent renewables pass COVID-19 grid reliability test
      The COVID-19 pandemic has served as a "test case demonstration" for grid reliability with a higher use of renewables in recent months, according to Deloitte Consulting.Through mid-June, renewable energy overtook coal generation in the mix for 116 days, compared to 39 days in 2019. A Deloitte Resources 2020 study, discussed on Wednesday at a panel on the pandemic impacts of energy management,anticipates a growing level of wind and ...
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    11. Sunrun buys Vivint Solar for $3.2B

      Sunrun buys Vivint Solar for $3.2B
      The consolidation of the top two residential solar companies in the U.S. comes as both companies have adapted to growing demand in the distributed solar sector. Sunrun offers energy storage and grid services, working with utilities and grid operators on virtual power plants that combine distributed energy systems. Sunrun expects to offer battery storage to the combined base of nearly 500,000 solar customers.
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    12. The U.S. Electric Grid of the Future Powers a Stronger Economy and Environment

      The U.S. Electric Grid of the Future Powers a Stronger Economy and Environment
      As the CEOs of Americas leading renewable and clean energy associations, we believe its time to examine our paths toward the future. Working together, we can bring about a market transformation to build a strong, resilient U.S. electric grid that derives more than half its power from clean energy by the end of the decade.How do we get there? The truth is that weve already started, and both ...
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    13. Statement from ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman on the introduction of H.R.2, the Moving Forward Act

      Statement from ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman on the introduction of H.R.2, the Moving Forward Act
      We greatly appreciate the House of Representatives leadership with the inclusion of energy storage in the Moving Forward act with the following three major areas of relief and stimulus: Make stand-alone energy storage eligible for investment tax credit (ITC) with the option to elect a direct payment; Include energy storage technologies explicitly as an investment option for electric vehicle infrastructure; and Promote storage technology innovation. Now more than ever, these ...
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    14. U.S. Energy Storage Association Announces #ESACon20 Event Partners

      U.S. Energy Storage Association Announces #ESACon20 Event Partners
      The U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA), the national trade association for the American energy storage industry, is partnering with the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) for this years virtual Energy Storage Annual Conference and Expo (#ESACon20) that is taking place August 24-27. The collaboration brings together the implementers, manufacturers, utility, research and development and services segments of the energy storage industry through an ...
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    15. 90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says

      90% Clean Grid by 2035 Is Not Just Feasible, But Cheaper, Study Says
      Clean energy costs have fallen so rapidly that previously unthinkable scenarios now look like a good deal for the U.S., a new study contends. It will be feasible to power the U.S. on 90 percent clean electricity by 2035thanks to stunning declines in the costs of renewables, a new study finds.By using updated cost figures for wind, solar and batteries, the researchers found that it will be ...
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