England’s Highview Power has contracted with U.S. energy developer Tenaska to pursue gigawatt-hour scale cryogenic energy projects in the U.S. Highview reports a storage cost of $140/MWh at industrial scale; the firm currently operates a 5 MW pilot facility in England.
National Grid’s ConnectedSolutions program seeks to pay energy storage owners up to $400-kW during high grid demand events in Rhode Island, and $225 in Massachusetts.
A California Community Choice Aggregator has awarded Sunrun a contract to supply capacity from solar + storage on low-income housing. This follows on a similar deal in New England.
Georgia Power has been required to solicit 2.21 GW of solar and 80 MW of energy storage to come online over the next five years. This is the largest single acquisition of solar in Georgia’s history and will double the state’s installed capacity.
Gridworks, GridLab and the Center for Renewables Integration have authored a paper which outlines the benefits of and necessary steps to most effectively power the state’s 100% clean energy target with distributed energy resources.
Amaresco building 2.1 MW for schools in California, a report on solar+storage aiming for gas, Summit Ridge and Pivot Energy building in Illinois and more!
In recent testimony North Carolina heard how energy storage could offer massive customer savings in many formats, but that Duke and other utilities are holding back that growth.
A new report released by the U.S. Department of Energy projects that installed battery storage will reach 2.5 GW by 2023. Florida and New York are set to pave the way, as massive projects in each of those states will account for nearly half of the coming volume.
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