1. U.S.

    46-60 of 1729 « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 114 115 116 »
    1. Mentioned In 1729 Articles

    2. 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 ...
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: U.S. Massachusetts
    3. 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 ...
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: DoE U.S. Missouri
    4. AES Completes Record-Breaking Solar and Battery Plant on Kauai

      AES Completes Record-Breaking Solar and Battery Plant on Kauai
      AES Corporation launched the worlds largest battery plant paired with solar generation Tuesday, on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. The Kauai Island Utility Cooperative is finishing up commissioning for the Lawai Solar and Energy Storage Project, which combines 28 megawatts of solar photovoltaic capacity with a lithium-ion battery capable of storing 100 megawatt-hours. The battery alone holds more energy than all but one other U.S. plant: the 120 megawatt-hour ...
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Hawaii U.S. Colorado
    5. Energy Storage Group Pushes FERC, Capitol Hill to Remove Deployment Barriers

      Energy Storage Group Pushes FERC, Capitol Hill to Remove Deployment Barriers
      A federal investment tax credit for new projects and fuller compensation for energy storage systems in U.S. power markets are two of the Energy Storage Association's top priorities for 2019, the group's CEO said in a recent interview. The organization will also work to increase deployment of energy storage at the state level, including by encouraging more states to consider the technology in their long-term energy plans.
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: U.S. ESA FERC
    6. Indoor Farm Will Tap Solar Microgrid to Keep Plants Growing Year Round

      Indoor Farm Will Tap Solar Microgrid to Keep Plants Growing Year Round
      A solar-powered microgrid will soon help an urban agriculture startup grow vegetable greens inside a converted New Jersey warehouse. Bowery Farmings Kearny, New Jersey, facility will grow lettuce, kale and up to 100 varieties of plants, all indoors in a carefully controlled climate backed up by batteries, solar panels, on-site gas generators and technology that allows it to operate independently from the electric grid in the event of an outage ...
      Read Full Article
    7. Sharing Systems Could Help Building Owners Get More from Microgrids

      Sharing Systems Could Help Building Owners Get More from Microgrids
      Shared microgrids can help building owners lower costs and boost resilience, but big questions need to be sorted out first on how the systems operate. While still a fledgling market, shared microgrids sometimes called multi-user microgrids are gaining increased attention from researchers and industry players. As with single-user microgrids, the systems combine some type of energy storage and generation with technology that allows them to separate from the larger grid ...
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: DoE U.S. Ontario
    8. Molten Metal Energy Storage For Future Maritime Propulsion

      Molten Metal Energy Storage For Future Maritime Propulsion
      The comparatively short sailing distances encountered along navigable inland waterways, combined with stops at navigation locks, enhances the attractiveness of using battery propulsion technology. While the popular electrochemical batteries involve lithium technology and chemical acid technology, other competing batteries operate at elevated temperatures utilizing molten metal energy storage.
      Read Full Article
      Mentions: U.S. Denmark MIT
    9. New Hampshire Storage Program Will Pair Batteries with Time-of-use Rates

      New Hampshire Storage Program Will Pair Batteries with Time-of-use Rates
      A New Hampshire energy storage pilot program will pair in-home batteries with time-of-use rates to try to shave peak loads and save customers money. The company will install 200 Tesla batteries and then have 12 months to show it can accurately manage the system to reduce its peak loads at no added cost to customers. The program would be the first of its kind in the U.S. to use ...
      Read Full Article
    10. 46-60 of 1729 « 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 114 115 116 »
  1. Categories

    1. Electricity Source:

      Solar Photovoltaic, Wave, Tidal, Hydro, Wind
    2. Storage Market:

      Commercial & Industrial, Military, Residential & Community & Microgrid, Smart Grid, Utility Grid, Vehicle-to-Grid/Home
    3. Storage Technology:

      Compressed Air/Gas, Flow Battery, Flywheel, Hydrogen, Lead, Liquid Metal, Lithium, Magnesium, Mechanical Storage, Nickel, Sodium, Supercapacitors, Thermal, Vanadium, Zinc
    4. Article Types:

      Null, Reports and Conferences