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    2. GHP Office Realty, LLC Completes Energy Storage System at White Plains HQ with Peak Power, Inc.

      GHP Office Realty, LLC Completes Energy Storage System at White Plains HQ with Peak Power, Inc.
      GHP Office Realty, LLC has completed the installation of 375 kW / 940 kWh of battery energy storage at their White Plains, NY headquarters. This project represents one of the largest energy storage installations in a commercial building in the state, and one of the first projects of its kind funded through a Con Edison Energy Efficiency program. The system features Lockheed Martins Gridstar 2.0 energy storage technology and Peak ...
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      Mentions: U.S. NY Lockheed
    3. Researchers Upcycle Plastic Waste Into Battery Anodes

      Researchers Upcycle Plastic Waste Into Battery Anodes
      A team of U.S. researchers has presented a new approach to plastic waste treatment. A paper published by the American Chemical Society showed how researchers from Indianas Purdue University extracted pure carbon from plastic waste and turned it into anode material for lithium-ion batteries which powered a toy truck. The team claims that the method can be scaled easily. If so, plastic waste could find a hungry offtaker for ...
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      Mentions: IN U.S. CO
    4. Oil Supermajor Shell Acquires Sonnen for Home Battery Expansion

      Oil Supermajor Shell Acquires Sonnen for Home Battery Expansion
      Shell will acquire German startup sonnen, staking a claim on the home energy storage market and further expanding its ever-increasing footprint in the clean energy industry. Sonnen distinguished itself in the early home-storage market, with thousands of units deployed across Germany, and a notable presence elsewhere in Europe, the U.S., and Australia. Besides storing solar power for homeowners, sonnen aggregates its installations into controllable networks of grid resources.
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      Mentions: Australia U.S. Europe
    5. 2019 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

      2019 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook
      The 2019 edition of the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook produced for the Business Council for Sustainable Energy by BloombergNEF,provides up-to-date, accurate market information on the U.S. energy landscape. It includes an in-depth look at the energy efficiency, natural gas, and renewable energy sectors, and covers emerging technology areas such as carbon capture, utilization, and storage; sustainable transportation; and energy storage.
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      Mentions: U.S. Eguana
    6. New Primer Helps Regulators, Stakeholders Adopt New IEEE Standard for Distributed Energy Resources

      New Primer Helps Regulators, Stakeholders Adopt New IEEE Standard for Distributed Energy Resources
      IREC has published Making the Grid Smarter: State Primer on Adopting the New IEEE Standard 1547-2018 for Distributed Energy Resources. IRECs new resource will help states, regulators, and other stakeholders navigate the related technical and policy issues they will need to address in the next few years. This important national standard was updated last year to enable significantly higher penetrations of distributed energy resources on the grid. Adopted by the ...
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      Mentions: U.S. IEEE
    7. How Market Rules Are Holding Back Energy Storage

      How Market Rules Are Holding Back Energy Storage
      Energy storage is surging. The U.S. Energy Storage Monitor Q4 2018 estimates that installations totaled 338 megawatts in 2018, and will grow to 3.9 gigawatts by 2023, much of it front-of-the-meter utility-scale projects. But wholesale market rules are organized around legacy assets, restricting storage from selling all potential services, which in turn limit storages wholesale revenue streams. Recognizing these barriers, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued Order 841 ...
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      Mentions: U.S. FERC
    8. Department of Energy Commits $20.5M to Spark Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling

      Department of Energy Commits $20.5M to Spark Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling
      The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)recently announced plans for a $20.5 million investment in lithium-ion battery recycling,with the goal of boosting capture rates to 90%, from a current rate of less than 5%. These investments include $15 million to create a new Lithium Battery RD Recycling Center in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The remaining $5 ...
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    9. Costs Continue to Decline for Residential and Commercial Photovoltaics in 2018

      Costs Continue to Decline for Residential and Commercial Photovoltaics in 2018
      Continuing an annual NREL cost benchmarking effort that began in 2010, U.S. Solar Photovoltaic System Cost Benchmark: Q1 2018, found installed costs of PV systems declined across two of three sectors in the first quarter of 2018 from a year earlier. The other report, 2018 U.S. Utility-Scale Photovoltaics-Plus-Energy Storage System Cost Benchmark, establishes NRELs first benchmark of PV-plus-storage costs. Both reports and their models can be used toestimate ...
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      Mentions: U.S. NREL
    10. 'Unlayering' Peak Demand Could Accelerate Energy Storage Adoption

      'Unlayering' Peak Demand Could Accelerate Energy Storage Adoption
      The debate over energy storage replacing gas-fired peakers has raged for years, but a new approach that shifts the terms of the argument could lead to an acceleration of storage deployments. Rather than looking at peak demand as a single mountainous peak, some analysts now advocate a layered approach that allows energy storage to better match peak needs. The idea is beginning to gain traction with some states and utilities.
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      Mentions: CA DoE New Mexico
    11. Amid Global Battery Boom, 2019 Marks New Era for Energy Storage

      Amid Global Battery Boom, 2019 Marks New Era for Energy Storage
      By most measures, 2018 was a long-anticipated breakout year for batteries, with record volumes of investment flowing into research, product development and manufacturing as prices plummeted, governments established new policies supporting energy storage, and mass markets emerged for electric vehicles and electrochemical energy storage. That progress, though uneven across U.S. and international markets, sets the stage for a new era for energy storage in 2019 and beyond, industry analysts ...
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      Mentions: U.S. MA
    12. S&T Powers High-Tech, Living Laboratory with New Microgrids to Study Advanced Lead Battery Technologies

      S&T Powers High-Tech, Living Laboratory with New Microgrids to Study Advanced Lead Battery Technologies
      Missouri University of Science and Technology has installed two new advanced lead battery microgrid systems at the campuss EcoVillage, a living laboratory of solar homes ST students designed and built to compete in the U.S. Department of Energys Solar Decathlon. Missouri STs Microgrid Industrial Consortium is using the EcoVillage to test advanced lead battery energy storage in stationary grid-tied applications for potential use as a renewable energy source for ...
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      Mentions: DoE U.S. Missouri
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