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10 notable battery storage projects that went live in 2021

10 notable battery storage projects that went live in 2021

Battery storage is having its moment in the sun. In its most recent Electricity Monthly Update, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said that when it totals up the numbers for 2021, it expects they will show that battery storage capacity grew by 4.5 GW, or 300%, in the year just ended. “Declining cost for battery storage applications, favorable economics when […]
Argentina Auction Seeks to Spur $2 Billion in Clean-Power Spending

Argentina Auction Seeks to Spur $2 Billion in Clean-Power Spending

Argentina set rules for its first planned auction for renewable energy, an event that’s expected to spur as much as 1 GW of new capacity led by wind and solar farms.
Barnabus Energy Secures Further Dealer Networks

Barnabus Energy Secures Further Dealer Networks

[RenewableEnergyAccesss.com] Barnabus Energy senior management recently returned from the Solar Power 2005 Conference in Washington, DC during which the Company’s partner Solar Roofing Systems (SRS) announced that it continues to enhance its dealer network of solar integrators across North America. Affiliated companies now representing the SolarSave product line include Renewable Technologies in California, New Jersey Solar Power, and additional organizations […]
Chrysler Fuel Cells Come to California

Chrysler Fuel Cells Come to California

August 16, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] DaimlerChrysler moved into the fuel cell market in California with their first sale to the state’s Air Quality Management District (AQMD) under the agency’s Technology Advancement Program. The government agency will use the company’s F-Cell fuel cell system in daily use as part of a 100-vehicle alternative fuel fleet that Chrysler will supply to AQMD. The […]
Solar Expo Planned in San Francisco

Solar Expo Planned in San Francisco

Solar Power 2004 is officially slated for San Francisco, the leading solar city in the leading solar state. Registration is now open for the annual U.S. conference and expo for residential and commercial solar applications. This will be the second large solar expo put on jointly by Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
Groups Voice Opposition to R&D Cuts on Geothermal, Hydropower

Groups Voice Opposition to R&D Cuts on Geothermal, Hydropower

In response to the Bush Administration's efforts to end support for geothermal and hydropower research and development (R&D) in its Fiscal Year 2008 budget request, more than 100 business, environmental, faith-based, energy-policy and other organizations -- joined by 50 additional individual signers -- urged President Bush to restore funding to both programs in a letter sent to the White House last week.
Dow Corning, Reis claim silicone-based PV encapsulation saves footprint, ramps throughput

Dow Corning, Reis claim silicone-based PV encapsulation saves footprint, ramps throughput

Dow Corning Corp. and Reis Robotics launched a solar cell liquid encapsulation process based on silicone encapsulant, which uses lower processing temperatures and a smaller factory-floor footprint than traditional technologies.
FERC releases draft environmental impact statement for 361.9-MW Yuba River relicensing

FERC releases draft environmental impact statement for 361.9-MW Yuba River relicensing

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the U.S. has prepared a draft environmental impact statement for relicensing of the 361.9-MW Yuba River Development Project in California.
SEPA and SGIP To Merge

SEPA and SGIP To Merge

On Tuesday at a breakfast meeting during DistribuTECH, Julia Hamm, CEO and President of the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), and Sharon Allan, CEO and President of Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP), announced their intent to merge the two organizations under the SEPA brand and organizational umbrella.
Sustainability Conference Registration Prices Reduced

Sustainability Conference Registration Prices Reduced

Registration prices for the Mid-Atlantic Sustainability conference that will be held in Trenton, New Jersey on June 4-7, 2003 have been reduced because of the addition of Honeywell DMC as a Bronze sponsor. The two-day conference and workshops on either end of the conference will highlight speakers on Renewable Energy, high-performance building construction, sustainable business and smart growth. Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is the principal organizer of this event.