Energy Storage

U.S. mayors plan funding for distributed energy, smart grids and more

The nation’s mayors are pushing for policies that will preserve existing federal programs and expand support for grid modernization and clean energy.

A new vision for EERE: An interview with Daniel Simmons

pv magazine is pleased to bring you an exclusive interview with the Acting Assistant Secretary in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Daniel Simmons, who was appointed by President Trump four months ago.

U.S. energy storage deployment fell during Q2 (w/ charts)

Despite the overall energy storage market falling quarter-to-quarter and growing only 6% year-over-year in Q2, behind-the-meter storage is beginning to take off.

Xcel plans transition from coal to solar, wind, gas and storage in Colorado

The utility has the support of Vote Solar and Colorado SEIA as part of a broad coalition backing its Colorado Energy Plan.

Storage saves

Sustaining the market: As the leading solar state in America, California’s behind-the-meter solar markets are seeing challenges as they explore new terrain. CALSEIA’s Bernadette Del Chiaro explains how the industry is navigating these changes, and what to expect in the future.

Energy storage could save money for up to 5 million U.S. businesses (w/charts)

A new study by NREL finds widespread availability of rates with high demand charges for commercial customers, meaning that businesses across the country could save money with energy storage.

New Mexico requires utilities to consider storage in resource plans

With new technologies available and prices coming down, the NMPRC decided the time was right to add it to the data requirements included in the reports, which were mandated by a 2008 rule.

Storage will help stabilize California grid during eclipse

Despite a predicted drop in solar electricity production of nearly 6 GW, the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) believes the 3 GW of grid-connected energy storage will allow the state’s grid to survive Monday’s eclipse with little serious disruption.

Vivint moves towards short-term profit

The residential solar company’s Q2 results show a smaller Vivint that is emphasizing direct sales versus the third-party model.

Sunrun continues market share gains in Q2 2017

While other large distributed solar companies are pulling back from the third party model and the U.S. residential market contracts, Sunrun is continuing to grow.

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