"NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 8.0: POWERING PROGRESS" EXPLORES THE FUTURE OF ROOFTOP SOLAR WITH FIRST-EVER SUMMIT DEBATE
Charles Cicchetti of the Pacific Economics Group Shares the Stage with Lisa Wood of the Edison Foundation to Debate Net Energy Metering and the Future of Rooftop Solar
SEIA Applauds Baker Administration for Leadership on Raising Near-Term Net Metering Caps in Massachusetts
Voices Concern Over Longer-Term Framework
Secretary Moniz, Utility Workers, Electrical Workers, Steelworkers Announce Partnership Following Roundtable in Dearborn, MI
Company to Install Approximately 1.5-Megawatt Solar Power System for Prominent Agricultural Organization
"Electrification" of new solar array atop the future HomeFront Family Campus provides clean, affordable power
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FuelCell Energy Announces Additional Fuel Cell Sales to South Korean Partner and Highlights Asian Manufacturing
FuelCell Energy sells 5.6 megawatts of fuel cell modules to POSCO Energy for Asian market demand ----Commencement of POSCO Energy fuel cell manufacturing on schedule for fall 2015 commercial production ----Asian manufacturing volume supports additional cost reductions globally
Nation's #1 solar provider is hiring in Burlington area, will make it possible for many Vermonters to pay less for solar than they pay for utility power
Pattern Development Completes $205 Million Construction Financing on 122 MW Conejo Solar Project in Chile
Pattern Development builds platform in Chile and diversifies with large utility-scale solar power project
Tantech Holdings to Produce EDLC Carbon Based Aluminum Batteries in Cooperation with Major Battery Manufacturer
Trial production is expected to commence later this month
Mike Stone for GTM: Norway has a lot of hydroelectric plants: a total of 937 of them, which provide a population of 5 million with around 98 percent of its electricity. In fact, the Scandinavian country is home to roughly half of all the hydroelectric water storage reservoirs in Europe. This vast system could also offer a Europe a substantial amount of energy storage -- up to 20 gigawatts of it -- if an ambitious scheme currently being proposed can overcome political and social hurdles and get the necessary funding. That’s according to Kaspar Vereide, an engineer at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. And his models suggest it could all be achieved in seven years. Vereide is not alone in thinking Norway could become a vast green battery for Europe. The Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy has concluded that there are four realistic scenarios for pumped hydro energy storage in the country, ranging from a Nordics-only scenario, where Norway only looks after its own needs, plus some of those of its Scandinavian neighbors; to a so-called ‘big storage’ scenario, which, it says, would see “Norwegian hydropower play an important role in integrating variable renewable sources into the European power system by providing large volumes of balancing over various time horizons to the North Sea countries through highly integrated grids and power markets.” It’s this "big storage" scenario -- with Norway becoming "the green battery of Europe" -- that Vereide has in mind. Cont'd...
$15,000 in Scholarship Awards will be presented at the 2015 GRC Annual Meeting
Recent Market Research Report of the Title "Global Solar PV Modules Market Size and Segment Forecasts To 2014" Has Been Added to Acute Market Reports Database
By Sophie Vorrath for RenewEconomy: The key role energy storage will play in the electricity grids of the future – and the vital importance of investing in and testing the various emerging battery storage technologies – has been highlighted in a major report published by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency on Monday, which predicts a 40-60 per cent price plunge for certain battery technologies by 2020. The 130-page report prepared by AECOM predicts a “mega-shift” to energy storage adoption, driven by demand – from both the supply side, as networks work to adapt to increasing distributed and renewable energy capacity, and from consumers wishing to store their solar energy – and by the rapidly changing economic proposition; a proposition, the report says, that will see the costs of lithium-ion batteries fall by 60 per cent in less than five years, and by 40 per cent for flow batteries. Cont'd...
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