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Sunverge to develop residential virtual power plant in Maryland

The 0.55 MW/2.2 MWh Elk Neck Battery Storage Pilot Program is intended to demonstrate the utility of distributed energy resources under real-world market conditions.

Microgrids: A solution for modern-day energy challenges

Interest in microgrids has been growing as the country and the world confront more frequent, extreme weather events and an increased urgency to consider alternative energy sources. Microgrids aren’t a new concept, but they’re fast gaining traction for a variety of organizations to address modern-day energy challenges.

Stem Inc. acquires AlsoEnergy

Hoping to create a one-stop-shop solution for renewable energy projects, the deal adds 32.5 GW of solar assets across 50 countries to Stem’s existing software services platform.

Shoring up the solar industry’s resilience to cyberattack

As solar and storage technologies are deployed on the grid in record numbers, there’s no time like the present to take steps to prevent solar and storage from being vulnerable to cyberattack.


Record solar numbers expected this year but IEA highlights pricing concern

The Paris-based body expects the world will have installed almost 160 GW of solar this year, a record number, but still not enough to keep the prospect of a net zero global economy by mid century in sight.

Neighborhood Sun and Astral Power merge

The combined company will manage more than 130 MW of community solar and virtual net metered renewable energy projects.

Sunverge and LG partner on residential virtual power plant project

The project is expected to evaluate time of use and real-time pricing signals, load shaping and shifting, and event-based demand response.

Tool sifts data to pinpoint prime C&I sites for solar and energy storage

CBRE and Altus Power partnered to build the tool which analyzes data on more than 100 billion square feet of commercial and industrial space.

Energy efficiency is a good substitute for long-term storage, NREL study says

Reducing building energy usage by about 60% is key to a least-cost 100% renewable energy grid, the study found. 


Honeywell, Duke Energy partner on flow battery test project

The battery, which uses an electrolyte to convert chemical energy into electricity for storage and deployment, will begin testing in 2022 at Duke Energy’s Emerging Technology and Innovation Center in Mount Holly, North Carolina.

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