What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, March 17

March 17, 2017

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, March 17

March 17, 2017 by

ENERGY STORAGE Renewables Now: Two Aussie states outline energy storage plans of up to 200 MW The government of Australia’s Victoria state on Tuesday announced a AUD-20-million (USD 15m/EUR 14m) investment to support large-scale storage, while the South Australian government unveiled an energy plan, which includes the construction of a 100-MW battery. One Step Off the […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, March 10

March 10, 2017 by

ENERGY STORAGE  Greentech Media: In Shift to Longer-Duration Applications, US Energy Storage Installations Grow 100% in 2016 Led by a record-breaking fourth quarter, energy storage deployments in the United States totaled 336 megawatt-hours in 2016, doubling the megawatt-hours deployed in 2015. According to GTM Research and the Energy Storage Association’s U.S Energy Storage Monitor 2016 […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, February 24

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ENERGY STORAGE  Greentech Media: C&I Storage Expected to Grow Threefold in Germany and the UK by 2021 Germany and the U.K. could see a combined 210 megawatt-hours of commercial and industrial (C&I) storage installed per year by 2021, new research shows. The volume of installations would represent an almost tenfold increase on the roughly 22 megawatt-hours […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, February 17

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ENERGY STORAGE  Oilprice.com: Energy Storage Set To Boom In 2017  Three new storage plants are in the works and they’re unlike anything before. The plants will be completely reliant on lithium ion storage…These plants will reduce the number of blackouts due to power shortage at peak hours and prevent loss of power generated but not used. […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, February 10

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ENERGY STORAGE  PV Magazine: Report shows France will triple storage capacity by 2020 The report’s overall finding is that France’s installed capacity for energy storage will triple by 2020, thus exceeding the 100 MW limit. New self-consumption regulations, the opening of the ancillary services market and a new tender for 50 MW of PV+storage on […]

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