Invenergy Completes Sale of 832 MW of Wind Power to TerraForm Power

Company to reinvest transaction proceeds into its industry-leading development pipeline ---- Invenergy retaining minority ownership, O&M provider role for U.S. projects

Intersolar North America Launches ees North America with an Expected 100 Exhibitors

Co-located Events Will Be Most-Attended Solar-Plus-Storage Exhibition and Conference in North America

Breakout Year for Energy Storage

Locational Capacity will be the dominant application in 2016. In other words, battery systems targeted at the grid's most congested load centers will be first and foremost used to provide four hours of peak shaving capability, and other grid balancing services when available.

JuiceBox Energy to Exhibit at International Builders' Show in Las Vegas

2016 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas, Nevada from January 19-21, 2016

Producing clean energy from Italian waste water with Finnish fuel cell expertise

Fuel cell systems enable the generation of electricity from biogas that would otherwise remain unused or be burned for heat.

Turboden expands into the Asian geothermal market: 6 MW started up in Japan and 50 MW to be supplied in the Philippines

An innovative 6 MW geothermal power plant operating commercially in Japan since June 2015. Turboden selected as official technology provider of a 50 MW geothermal Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) system in the Philippines.

Energy Storage in Underwater Balloons

Tom Lombardo for Enegineering.com :  Grid-level energy storage takes many forms, including flow batteries, Li-ion batteries, pumped hydro, compressed air in underground caverns, and even flywheels. Toronto’s Hydrostor just added another tool to the arsenal: underwater compressed air energy storage (UCAES). Hydrostor recently activated a pilot UCAES plant - the first of its kind - that will provide grid-level storage for the city of Toronto. In addition to supplying the city with cost-effective energy storage, the system will allow engineers to study its behavior and optimize the design. Can UCAES become a viable energy storage technology? The idea has been around for many years: when supply exceeds demand, use the excess energy to run an air compressor and store the air in an underwater balloon. When power is needed, open a valve and let the compressed air run a turbine to generate electricity. The principle is simple, but the economic feasibility has yet to be demonstrated. Hydrostor hopes that their facility becomes the proving ground.   Cont'd...  

SunLink Surpasses 350 MW of Solar Projects in Southeastern U.S. in 2015

New 27 MW project near Hazlehurst latest to come on line in Georgia

Hanwha Q CELLS Nearly Triples Solar Module Supply Agreement with Sunrun for 2016

Hanwha Q CELLS will become one of Sunrun's main suppliers next year providing up to 135 MW of modules, nearly three times their previously signed module supply agreement in 2015.

San Diego Expects to Save $22 Million with SunEdison

SunEdison to build 6.6 megawatts of solar in California's second largest city

Ontario IESO Contracts for Large Scale Flow Battery Storage with SunEdison

SunEdison's first large scale, grid-connected energy storage project helps the IESO plan the future of the grid --- Imergy Power Systems will supply its durable and cost effective vanadium redox flow batteries for the project

IBC SOLAR expands product portfolio with module technology from Tigo®

Turbo for IBC SOLAR's Value-Added Modules offers efficient solution for PV systems

U.S. Solar Market Prepares for Biggest Quarter in History

A new report shows 2015 shaping up to be the United States solar market's best year in history with record-breaking fourth quarter projections.

DYNAPOWER ENDS 2015 WITH RECORD 75 MW STORAGE INVERTER BACKLOG

Worldwide installations exceed 250 MW, reinforcing industry leadership position

JuiceBox Energy Installs Storage System in San Diego

The system was installed at a private home in San Diego.

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