5 conditions that can lead to higher energy storage deployment in South Asia

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), a US Department of Energy national lab, has released a new report discussing the five conditions that can lead to an increase in energy storage deployment across South Asia.

Battery modules at Phase 1 Moss Landing energy storage project overheat, avoid fire

Battery modules at the utility-scale Moss Landing Energy Storage site in coastal central California overheated this past weekend but did not cause a fire or do any harm to outside systems or any people, system owner Vistra Energy reported.
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EDF signs 300 MW solar+storage purchase agreement with LA-area clean electricity provider

The agreement will provide enough electricity to power more than 163,000 homes and avoid 669,000 metric tons of carbon emissions annually.
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These 3 energy storage technologies can help solve the challenge of moving to 100%...

In a recent report, researchers at NREL estimated that the potential exists to increase U.S. renewable energy storage capacity by as much as 3,000% percent by 2050.

From smart meters to big batteries, co-ops emerge as clean grid laboratories

A wave of pilot programs by Minnesota electric cooperatives is saving customers money and providing useful data for larger utilities considering new technology and pricing models to encourage grid efficiency.

Chevron backs long-duration thermal energy storage developer Malta

Long-duration thermal energy storage developer Malta raised $60 million in its oversubscribed Series B financing round with added support from Chevron Energy Ventures and Piva Capital.

Kokam to supply Tahiti utility with 15MW battery system to replace reserve diesel generators

South Korean lithium-ion battery system manufacturer Kokam has entered into a contract to supply a Tahiti utility with a 15 MW/10.4 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS).

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