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Grids & Integration

Kansas City pilots streetlight-mounted EV chargers

The program aims to address equity and accessibility for EV charging, which can be a challenge for apartment-dwellers.

Grid-interactive efficient buildings may unlock energy savings, reduce carbon emissions

The U.S. could save $18 billion in power costs by 2030 by integrating grid-interactive efficient buildings, also known as GEBs.


Massive gearless dual-axis solar tracker achieves patent

Mechatron Solar has received a U.S. patent for its dual-axis tracker that utilizes a gearless structure for reliability in varied climates.

Multi-day iron-air batteries reach commercialization… at one tenth of the cost of lithium

Boston startup Form Energy has secured $200 million Series D funding for the development of what is being called a breakthrough in energy storage.


Expanded line of commercial inverters launched by SolarEdge

Reaching up to 120kW, the three phase inverters have integrated monitoring and a modular design.

Siemens and Malta team up to develop scalable energy storage technology

The two will design turbomachinery components to support long-duration energy storage systems that could scale over time to the gigawatt range.

New Jersey is set to pass two key pieces of solar legislation

S2605 establishes a successor to the state’s solar renewable energy certificate program, incentivizing the development of at least 3,750 MW of solar, while S3484 would establish a dual-use solar project pilot program for unpreserved farmland.

Does the Southeast need wholesale power markets in order to hit its renewable goals?

A new report from ACORE, the American Clean Power Association, and SEIA explores the benefits of instituting real-time, wholesale energy markets across the 12 Southeast states as a way to accelerate renewable resource adoption.


Watch: NREL releases five-year study on continent-wide integration of renewable energy resources

The NARIS report aims to inform grid planners, utilities, industry, policymakers, and other stakeholders about challenges and opportunities for continental system integration of large amounts of wind, solar, and hydropower to support a low-carbon future grid.

Renewables accounted for more than a quarter of all U.S. electrical generation in April

The latest issue of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Electric Power Monthly report shows renewables setting records once again and accounting for 25% of the country’s April electricity output.

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