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    2. Meet the New 'Operating System for Energy'

      Meet the New 'Operating System for Energy'
      Ryan Wartena, CEO and founder of Growing Energy Labs, could have decided to create a new, inexpensive battery for energy storage, based on his experience working at the U.S. Naval Research Lab in Washington, D.C., where he learned how to make micro batteries. When he started GELI, his partner was working at Harvard University, and Wartena was at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His ultimate goal was to ...
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    3. CDA Addresses Projected Market for Grid-Level Energy Storage

      CDA Addresses Projected Market for Grid-Level Energy Storage
      Markets for energy storage technologies in the United States are expected to grow substantially through 2030, with increased investments spurred by state and federal regulatory policies that encourage renewable sources of electric power to supply the grid, according to Zolaikha Strong, Director of Sustainable Energy of the Copper Development Association (CDA), in a presentation Monday, June 16, to the TechConnect World Innovation Conference Expo in Washington, D.C.
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    4. Terrafore Looks to Cut Molten Salt Energy Storage Costs in Half

      Terrafore Looks to Cut Molten Salt Energy Storage Costs in Half
      As we have seen in recent months, energy storage is becoming a pretty big deal. California has the country's first energy storage mandate in place, and plants like Solana in Arizona have started trying to incorporate storage in from the beginning. Solana uses molten salt energy storage, a common idea wherein salts are heated, retain that energy for relatively long periods of time, and then discharge it by heating ...
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    5. Path-Breaking Agreement to Get More Clean Energy Into Our Electric System

      Path-Breaking Agreement to Get More Clean Energy Into Our Electric System
      NRDC and the Edison Electric Institute, the association that represents all of the nations investor-owned electric utilities, are releasing a joint statement this week that recommends significant changes to how the utilities providing our light and heat are regulated. Our aim is to get more clean energy into Americas electric system, while offering a new perspective on utilities business models.
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    6. Top Washington D.C. Clean Energy Policy Stories from 2013

      Top Washington D.C. Clean Energy Policy Stories from 2013
      U.S. clean energy policy was as caught up in Washington gridlock as most other issue areas in 2013. No climate-saving clean tech bill passed through Congress and even modest, bi-partisan energy efficiency legislationfailedto get to the Presidents desk. In fact, 2013 will largely be known for energy policy actions that didnt happen a sort of 365 day buffer period until bigger decisions are made in years to come.
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    7. Michigan, New York Find Clean Energy Adds Jobs, Growth

      Michigan, New York Find Clean Energy Adds Jobs, Growth
      The policy known as the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), whereby retail electricity providers are mandated to meet an increasing share of sales from the competitive procurement of clean and renewable energy is proving successful as a viable framework for deploying a significant amount of renewable generation at the state level. 29 states in total plus Washington, D.C. are successfully deploying RPS policies to obtain homegrown, affordable, clean and renewable ...
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    8. CPUC Unanimously Passes Landmark Energy Storage Target

      CPUC Unanimously Passes Landmark Energy Storage Target
      Washington, D.C. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) unanimously passed Commissioner Carla Petermans proposed target for procurement of 1.3 gigawatts of energy storage by 2020 from the states three investor-owned utilities, aggregators, and other energy service providers. The Electricity Storage Association is delighted with the CPUCs unanimous landmark decision to pass the proposed energy storage target today. The first of its kind, this decision is a major victory ...
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    9. Momemtum Builds for Electricity Storage Act Among Industry Leaders

      Momemtum Builds for Electricity Storage Act Among Industry Leaders
      Washington, D.C. The Electricity Storage Association proudly joins an impressive list of leading energy companies and trade associations in strong support of the STORAGE Act (H.R. 1465) (S. 1030). The bipartisan bill will create an investment tax credit (ITC) and clean renewable energy bonds (CREBS) eligibility for energy storage technologies of all types.
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    10. Pike Research, writer of many reports on Storage, is aquired by Navigant

      Pike Research, writer of many reports on Storage, is aquired by Navigant
      Cleantech specialist Pike Research has been acquired by energy sector market intelligence provider Navigant. Pike produces more than 100 research reports annually, and offers market sizing, forecasting and segmentation for new clean technology markets. It also provides competitive intelligence and benchmarking services, and assesses demand for new products. Through the acquisition, Navigant expands its current offering to smart grid, renewables and cleantech capabilities.
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    11. Review: Of Several Storage Industry Approaches to Subsidization Policies

      Review: Of Several Storage Industry Approaches to Subsidization Policies
      Proponents, opponents and those utilities exploring storage applications for data-driven decisions in the matter all have some basis for their argument. Proponents say that if you don't actually implement storage, you'll never have real-world data upon which to base decisions.  Some opponents say that the market should dictate everything: without a clear-cut case in favor of deployment, why burden the grid and the ratepayer? Utilities would prefer to ...
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