The company reports that 21 states have at least 20 MW of energy storage projects proposed, under construction or already in place.
The island is a view into what a future with high penetrations of renewable energy will look like.
Younicos will build a 3 MW lithium ion battery storage system for the Kodiak Electric Association (KEA) in Alaska with completion expected by August, ready for high wind season. The installation replaces a lead acid array installed in 2012.
Scientists at Oregon State University (OSU) have developed the world’s first battery using Hydronium ions to carry its charge. OSU says that the development provides new options for the development of stationary batteries to store power generated from solar PV.
The facility will be sited at Kodak’s Energy Storage Hub at the Eastman Business Park in the Finger Lakes. The high-density lithium ion battery manufacturer also will add a pilot production line, expected to be on line in a few weeks.
The solar+storage project utilizes EnSync’s Matrix Energy Management and SuperModule Energy Storage Platform on a 400 kW PV system.
Production at the InnovationHub expected to commence in the second quarter of the year, the German storage specialist confirmed. Facility combines sonnen’s U.S. manufacturing operations and product research capabilities.
The Swiss technology company will provide a microgrid combining battery and flywheel storage technologies to improve energy stability for around 300,000 people near Anchorage, Alaska.
GRID Alternatives and Enphase have partnered on solar+storage project in California’s Imperial Irrigation District (IID) territory that may help new PV customers avoid higher costs as they are moved into new billing programs, following fullfillment of the utility’s 5% net metering mandate.
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