Storage News

Bloomberg News Editors - January 27, 2015

Brazilian Bank Raises $408 Million for Renewable Energy and Water Projects

The Brazilian bank Itau Unibanco Holding SA raised 1.05 billion reais ($408 million) to finance renewable energy and water treatment projects.

Liu Yuanyuan - January 27, 2015

China Expected to Launch Subsidy for Electric Vehicle Lithium Batteries

China is mulling a policy to provide a subsidy for lithium batteries deployed in electric vehicles. This new favorable policy is expected to propel the development of the country’s...

Bloomberg News Editors - January 23, 2015

India Clean Energy Investments Rose 13 Percent to $7.9 Billion in 2014

Clean energy investments in India increased to $7.9 billion last year and are expected to surpass $10 billion in 2015.

Ucilia Wang - January 21, 2015

Obama's State of the Union Speech Highlights US Renewable Achievements, Climate Change Goals

President Obama has been under intense scrutiny for what he would do about climate change ever since he was elected in 2008. Part of that scrutiny takes place during his State of the...

Andrew Burger - January 20, 2015

Flow Batteries Installed at Slovenian Alps Restaurant Renowned for Its Donuts and Renewable Energy

Energy storage is making headlines in the media and waves in the U.S. power industry. For example, Tesla's planned electric-vehicle (EV) gigafactory in Nevada and California investor-owned...

Jennifer Delony - January 19, 2015

Energy Storage Safety Plan Addresses Gaps in Codes, Standards, and Regulations

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Electric Delivery and Energy Reliability’s (OE) recently released “Strategic Plan for Energy Storage Safety” is helping industry stakeholders...

Bloomberg News Editors - January 19, 2015

Renewable Energy Will Shrug Off Oil Slump, Say Analysts

Spending on renewable energy, which surged 16 percent in 2014, will remain strong this year, largely unaffected by the slumping oil prices that have artificially depressed their shares...

Gregory B. Poindexter - January 15, 2015

Which Hydroelectric Project, 969-MW Neelum-Jhelum or 330-MW Kishenganga will Determine Priority Rights?

Both Pakistan's 969-MW Neelum-Jhelum hydroelectric project and India's 330-MW Kishenganga hydropower project are being built on tributaries to the Neelum River (Kishenganga River in...

- January 15, 2015

Renewable Energy and Chilean Mines: A Market Overview

For a relatively new and untested renewable-energy market, Chile has a remarkable number of strengths. The country has incredibly attractive solar resources, according to Joel Link,...

Bloomberg News Editors - January 13, 2015

Utility GDF Suez Plans to Double European Renewable Capacity by 2025

GDF Suez SA plans to double renewable power production capacity in Europe over the next decade as the utility shifts its focus away from developing more historic natural gas and nuclear...

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