• Switch to renewable energy will cut electricity costs at New Jersey production facility by $400,000 • Solar project adds to 12-year energy management partnership that has produced more than $12 million in savings
Southern California Utility Group Launches Program to Deploy Ice Battery-Based Residential Cooling Systems Among Member Utilities
Company Signs New Master Franchise Agreement
CIE SOLAR SUPPLY RENAMES BRAND AND LAUNCHES GLOBALSOLARSUPPLY.COM
PROINSO celebrated opening its new combined US headquarters and warehouse with an office launch party on January 31, 2017.
An Iron Edison Lithium Iron battery is part of an energy system upgrade at the Science Barge, a prototype sustainable urban farm and education center in Yonkers, NY.
Companies are encouraged to nominate products and solutions for stationary and mobile electrical energy storage systems
The most important international forum for the small wind industry will take place during the Intersolar Europe exhibition in Munich
Most batteries are composed of two solid, electrochemically active layers called electrodes, separated by a polymer membrane infused with a liquid or gel electrolyte. But recent research has explored the possibility of all-solid-state batteries, in which the liquid (and potentially flammable) electrolyte would be replaced by a solid electrolyte, which could enhance the batteries' energy density and safety.
Sunverge's cloud-based software platform now allows interconnection to a broad range of batteries and inverters, making them available to be integrated into virtual power plants
OSIsoft and Sunverge Energy Launch Alliance to Streamline Data Management for Distributed Energy Resources
Delivering Sunverge data directly into the PI System reduces data management tasks and gives utilities a more unified view of available assets.
A New Report Provides Investment Strategies on Solar, Battery Storage, and Clean Energy Equity for the Philanthropic Community
Trimark Helps Set Commissioning Speed Record for RIG and Meter at AltaGas Pomona Energy Storage Facility
But speed was just one high mark for the project. According to an AltaGas statement, "At 20 megawatts of electricity storage capacity, it is currently the largest battery storage facility in operation in North America."
Panasonic, Xcel Energy, Younicos White Paper Shares Solar-plus-Storage "Portfolio" Microgrid Insights
Unique Denver project aids grid integration for renewables, bolsters grid resilience, and delivers multiple benefits and services to diverse stakeholders including utility and customers.
US Department of Energy Announces SunShot ENERGISE Selections: Smarter Grid Solutions selected with RPU Team
A SunShot ENERGISE proposal for an Integrated Distributed Energy Management System (IDEMS) from a team including Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS), Riverside Public Utilities (RPU), UC Riverside, PG&E and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) for the next round of the SunShot initiative known as "Enabling Extreme Real-Time Grid Integration of Solar Energy" (ENERGISE), a national effort to drive down the cost of solar electricity and support solar adoption.
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Energy Storage & Distribution - Featured Product
The Iron Edison Lithium Iron solar battery is fully compatible with popular battery-based inverters and is housed inside a rugged steel enclosure with integrated Battery Management System. Standard capacities range from 2 kWh to 42 kWh, with custom high-capacity and high-voltage models available for commercial applications like peak load shaving and UPS. The battery is designed and assembled at the company's headquarters just outside of Denver, Colorado. The Iron Edison Lithium Iron battery is an ideal replacement for lead-acid battery, with longer cycle life, smaller footprint, and maintenance-free operation. Residential applications include solar battery backup, grid-zero and off-grid energy storage. Commercial applications include high voltage battery backup, off-grid telecommunications power and peak load shaving. If you have any questions, please call us at 720-432-6433. We are happy to help!