Lithium Ion Batteries Account for 83 Percent of Newly Announced Energy Storage System Capacity, According to Navigant Research

Adoption of distributed energy storage systems, flow batteries, and hybrid battery systems is also growing, report finds

Self-drive delivery van can be 'built in four hours'

Jane Wakefield for BBC News:  A self-drive electric delivery van, that could be on UK streets next year, has been unveiled at the Wired 2016 conference in London. The vehicle's stripped-back design and lightweight materials mean it can be assembled by one person in four hours, the firm behind it claims. The vehicles will be "autonomous-ready", for when self-drive legislation is in place, the firm said. The government wants to see self-drive cars on the roads by 2020. "We find trucks today totally unacceptable. Loud, polluting and unfriendly," said Denis Sverdlov, chief executive of Charge, the automotive technology firm behind the truck. "We are making trucks the way they should be - affordable, elegant, quiet, clean and safe."   Cont'd...

Small Power, Big Grid: Part 3 - DERs AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEM PLANNING

The Emerging Relationship between Distributed Energy Resources and the Transmission System.

INTERSOLAR SUMMIT IRAN - TAPPING INTO THE VAST POTENTIAL OF THE IRANIAN SOLAR MARKET

On November 15, 2016 leading representatives from politics and business will gather for the Intersolar Summit Iran in Tehran to discuss the market potential and investment chances in the region's emerging solar market.

By 2025, 84 Percent of Projects in the Grid-Tied Stationary Battery Energy Storage Market Are Expected to Be Financed by Third Parties or Utilities, According to Navigant Research

To advance in this sector, energy project finance investors need to understand the unique risks associated with battery energy storage systems, report finds

Is The Best Analogy For The Energy Storage Business--Eeek!--Hard Drives?

Michael Kanellos for Forbes:  The optimism in the energy storage industry is based on soaring demand, rapid technological advances, expanding capacity and, for some, what will likely be a scary competitive environment. First, the good news. Lithium ion battery packs over the last ten years have declined faster than the cost of solar, said John Carrington, CEO of Stem, which makes behind-the-meter storage systems for hotels and other commercial customers looking to shave peak power costs, during a hallway meeting at Finance West sponsored by the American Council of Renewable Energy this week. Solar panels have declined by 50% or more in the last five years. Batteries have declined by 80% in three years, he said. Battery packs hit the under $300 per kilowatt hour mark last December, Carrington added. By 2020, battery pack prices could drop to $190 per kilowatt hour. (In 2007, lithium ion battery packs in the wholesale markets sold for around $1,000 per kilowatt hour.)   Cont'd...

Batteries That Make Use of Solar Power, Even in the Dark

Stanley Reed for the NY Times:  A new cash crop has sprung up on Nicholas Beatty’s enchanting farm near here. Rows of gray solar panels range over about 25 acres, turning sunlight into electricity, as dog-size muntjac deer hop by. The panels themselves, trouble-free money earners that feed into the electric grid, are no longer unusual on farms in Britain or other countries. What’s new in Mr. Beatty’s field is a hulking 40-foot-long shipping container. Stacked inside, in what look like drawers, are about 200 lithium-ion cells that make up a battery large enough to store a substantial portion of the electricity the solar farm puts out. The battery and its software give Mr. Beatty an advantage over other solar panel farmers. Power prices in Britain and elsewhere rise and fall, sometimes strikingly, during the day and over the year, depending on the supply and demand.   Cont'd...

MaxGen Energy Services Acquires the Commercial Services Division of Next Phase Solar

Industry Leaders Deliver Outstanding Expertise and Experience in Maximizing Energy Asset Performance and Profitability

Solid-state batteries to the rescue - a better, longer-lasting class of Li-ion electrolytes?

By Dr Lorenzo Grande, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx

Fronius Launches Smart Meter for Solar Systems

String inverter manufacturer Fronius launches a new accessory for their inverters. The Fronius Smart Meter offers a solution for dynamic feed-in management and energy consumption monitoring.

Repurposing Electric Vehicle Batteries

EV batteries still have storage capacity, typically at 80 percent, after they're removed from their vehicles and can be reclaimed for a "second life" as stationary power sources.

Dutch Company Ahead of Tesla With Solar Roof Tile Development

Company ZEP first and further ahead than Tesla in developing the solar roof tile

NEC Energy Solutions to Supply Major California Utility With First "Plug-And-Play" Battery Grid Energy Storage Solution

Standardized Energy Storage Systems To Support Distribution Grid Reliability

LADWP Approves New All-in-One Battery Backup System from SolarMax Technology

SolarMax participated with LADWP for a utility-built project using its 5kWh turn-key solution, which features a battery, multi-mode inverter and an automatic transfer switch (ATS) all housed in one self-contained system - along with two dedicated photovoltaic (PV) solar panels. Unlike other offerings on the market, the FLEX system requires no additional components or labor assembly by the customer.

Mercedes-Benz Energy Storage enters the U.S.

From cars to power grids: Mercedes-Benz energy storages are also suitable for private use to buffer surplus power virtually free of any losses.

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