Battery substitutes produce current by burning fuel-coated carbon nanotubes like a fuse.
Northern Power Systems' advanced power converters selected by UniEnergy Technologies for a major energy storage project providing grid reliability
The battery, located in Pullman, WA near Washington State University and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL), went online in April 2015. The project was funded in part by a grant from the Washington State Clean Energy Fund, now in its second round, and Avista matching funds.
Sunrun BrightBox™ Gives Homeowners the Power of the Sun Day and Night
Market Leader in Renewable Energy Improves Speed to Market as Newest Member
Brad Reed for BGR: We typically think of carbon dioxide as an unhealthy byproduct of our over reliance on fossil fuels. But what if CO2 could be used to help us move away from fossil fuels and toward renewable energy sources? GE Global Research has been working with the U.S. Department of Energy to come up with a way to use excess carbon dioxide produced by power plants to store extra solar power and deliver it back to the grid for later use. There are two major components to this solar power storage system: The first component captures solar energy and keeps it stored in molten salt, while the second component takes surplus electricity from the grid to cool off carbon dioxide to the point where it becomes dry ice. To keep the solar energy stored, the molten salt will then be released into the CO2, which will act as a battery capable of deploying power when needed. The CO2-molten salt mixture will then flow through a specially designed CO2 turbine that GE says “can generate as much as 100 megawatts of ‘fast electricity’ per installed unit.” The advantage of this system is that these turbines would be able to operate at night when there’s no solar power being directly absorbed. Cont'd...
Nominations for Intersolar AWARD Program Now Open, Applications Due March 24
SmartCast PoE is the first LED lighting platform that makes the PoE framework ready for mass deployment and adoption.
Novel Israeli Iron Flow Energy Storage Solution Will Drive Down Costs and Optimize the Use of Renewables
Electric Fuel Energy's storage solution prepares the way for renewables toward battery storage grid and diesel parity
IREC Releases New Policy Guidelines and Model Provisions
Supported by the Ministries of Power, New & Renewable Energy and Science & Technology, India Smart Grid Week is an initiative to find smart solutions to India's energy needs
New name reflects growing connections between solar and other distributed resources
Energy Storage Association and USTDA to Host International Trade Delegations at 26th Annual Conference and Expo
Global Delegates to Join USTDA Director Zak during Closing Session of #ESACon16
Peter Maloney for UtilityDive: The U.S. energy storage market put in a strong showing in 2015 with its “best quarter and best year of all time,” according to the GTM/ESA report. And current market trends point toward continued strong growth. The recent extension of the federal Investment Tax Credit, and new guidelines under consideration at the Internal Revenue Service are expected to further boost energy storage and the pairing of storage with renewable resources. In the fourth quarter alone, the U.S. deployed 112 MW of storage capacity, representing more than the total of all storage deployments in 2013 and 2014 combined. For the full year, 221 MW (161 MWh) of storage was installed. In 2014 65 MW (86 MWh) of storage was installed in the U.S. Cont'd...
New labels on U.S. Battery AGM products provide more information for those looking to use these batteries for their solar or wind energy storage needs.
Middle school students learn how portable solar/wind/water generators with storage work as part of a grant awarded to teach about real-life problem solving and applications of alternative energy in powering a science classroom.
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