Can bankrolling deployment of its own batteries help a secretive startup gain market traction?
Tag: "energy storage"
Hawaii is a solar hot spot – and fitting test-bed for DoE research to stretch limits of rooftop PV penetration on island grids.
New York’s main utility is proposing $200m distributed energy investments, to avoid $1 billion of upgrades to centralised grid.
Between California’s mandate for 1.3GW of energy storage for its grid and Tesla’s Giga factory announcement, the energy storage market is nearing a tipping point.
With coal-power being retired at an increasing pace, Texas’ grid operator needs alternatives; says faster, more diverse resources will be welcomed.
AES is building a 400 MW-hour lithium-ion battery for SCE as an alternative to gas peaker plants.
Researchers have come up with an elegantly simple nanoscale battery concept that they’re describing as the “ultimate miniaturization of energy storage.”
Oncor is asking the Texas deregulated market to allow 5 gigawatts of utility-owned, distributed grid batteries.