Welcome to Our New Energy Storage E-Newsletter!

The energy storage industry is growing and so is RenewableEnergyWorld.com.

In recognition of the rapidly evolving energy storage industry, RenewableEnergyWorld.com introduced a dedicated energy storage section to the website that keeps readers updated on the latest storage news and industry trends. Due to popular demand, we have now added a dedicated Energy Storage e-Newsletter that will be sent to readers once every week.

Subscribe here to start receiving your copy today!

Renewable energy and energy storage are a match made in heaven, according to industry experts. The more renewable energy enters the grid, the more demand for stabilizing storage applications. Watch executive director of the Energy Storage Association Matt Roberts discuss the booming market and how it will compliment renewables below: 

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Grid-connected energy storage is set to exceed 40 gigawatts globally by 2020, according to an IHS report, while off-grid applications are also on the rise, particularly in developing nations. And with big company announcements such as Tesla’s lithium-ion battery gigafactory in Nevada and Alevo’s $1 billion battery factory in North Carolina, there is certainly plenty of exciting news happening daily, and REW is here to provide the latest updates.

RenewableEnergyWorld.com is the source known by industry professionals around the globe providing daily news, podcasts, opinion and commentary and so much more. Each issue will include company press releases, events and every issue of each e-Newsletter will feature one company and one product.

So what are you waiting for? Subscribe now to get the latest weekly updates on the energy storage market.

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Former editor of RenewableEnergyWorld.com. I hold a MA in Professional Writing and BA in English from the University of Massachusetts and a certificate in Professional Communications: Writing from Emerson College.

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