What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, January 27

January 27, 2017

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, January 27

January 27, 2017 by

ORISON  Nanalyze: 10 Companies Selling Home Batteries  …Orison received a lot of press for being one of the first home batteries to plug directly into an outlet, alleviating the need for expensive installation. Using the cloud to access their own network, Orison units automatically store energy when rates are low and use stored energy when rates […]

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What to Do About Increased Electricity Costs

January 26, 2017 by

Time-of-use (TOU) is a pricing scheme under which utilities charge customers according to what time of the day they use energy. Under this model, utilities charge lower rates during hours of the day when people are not using much electricity, and then raise prices when electricity is at peak demand. One of the primary purposes […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, January 20

January 20, 2017 by

ORISON  Greentech Media: Energy Storage Startup Speed Pitch: Orison, Moixa, Kisensum …”The most compelling thing about Orison is that we’ve gotten rid of all of the soft costs — no permits, no interconnect agreement and no electrician. We ship it to your door, you place it in your home and you plug it in.” ENERGY […]

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What We’re Reading This Week: Friday, December 30

December 30, 2016 by

ENERGY STORAGE  Bloomberg: A Testing Ground for Energy Storage in the Shadow of Mt. Fuji A patch of land in the shadow of Mount Fuji is becoming a testing ground for energy storage, with some of Japan’s leading companies trying to develop technologies such as spinning flywheels and fuel cells. The Yamanashi Prefectural Government is […]

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