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Intersolar North America 2016 to Highlight the Record-Breaking Growth and Emerging Opportunities in U.S. Solar Market
Speaking Abstracts for Ninth Annual Conference Due March 12
Penton's The Energy Times to Host "The California Renewables Rush" Conference in San Francisco, CA in April
Penton's The California Renewables Rush conference will explore the nation-leading transformation of the utility and energy industry in California. California's utilities must procure 1,325,000 megawatts of energy storage by 2020.
There is no denying to the fact that initiatives are good, but they have been happening in smaller fragments and over large intervals of time. Therefore, it calls for more investment into research and development into the fuel cell sector.
Founding Grid Edge Customer Network members represent more than 350 million square feet of building space across 3,000 sites worldwide.
The 2016 Midwest Solar Expo is returning to Minnesota with an expanded 3-day format.
SimpliPhi Power to be recognized at Edison Awards Gala on April 21 in New York
SolarCity has selected Tesla Energy to supply the batteries for a first-of-its-kind solar array and energy storage system to be built for Kaua'i Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC).
AES Netherlands Advancion Energy Storage Array Unveiled at Ribbon Cutting Celebration in Vlissingen
Novel synthesis method developed at University of Eastern Finland opens up new possibilities for utilising Li-ion batteries
One promising anode-cathode material pair is lithium titanate countered by lithium iron phosphate.
Maxwell Technologies Announces 3-Volt Addition to Industry-Leading Line of Large Ultracapacitor Cells
New 3-Volt, 3,000-Farad Cell with DuraBlue™ Technology Expands Range of Energy Storage Solutions for Transportation, Wind and Grid
Solar technology company's licensing model offers low-cost R&D innovation for PV industry
For one week in May, Berlin will become the centre of the global coil winding, insulation and electrical manufacturing community as hundreds of component suppliers, service providers, OEMs, and energy companies gather to buy and sell and keep up-to-date with all the latest industry trends.
By David Shaffer for Star Tribune: The least-expensive battery to store energy from the electric power grid may be sitting in homeowners’ basements — the electric water heater. That is the surprising finding of research released Wednesday by the cooperative power industry, including Maple Grove-based Great River Energy, and an environmental group. Customers at many utilities already save money by heating water at night, taking advantage of low, off-peak electric rates. It requires a special electric water heater that holds a day’s worth of household water, but offers long-term savings. Now, a study by the Brattle Group, an economic consulting firm, says that the nation’s 50 million residential electric water heaters can address bigger challenges on the power grid, such as storing intermittent renewable energy from wind farms and solar arrays. Cont'd...
Energy Storage Association Annual Conference and Expo - #ESACon16 - Offers Unparalleled Executive Insight and Business Development Opportunities
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