The Amazon-backed automaker is exploring U.S. locations to produce its electric truck and battery cells.
The project contains a 20MW/80MWh standalone battery energy storage system, and has a 20-year Resource Adequacy Power Purchase Agreement.
The proposed 500 MW long-duration energy storage project in San Diego County starts a multi-year process to win federal and state approval. It wouldn’t enter service before 2030.
Energy storage is making its presence known on California’s electricity grid as projected shortfalls widen and deepen in the coming years. (Dr. Emmett Brown just might be impressed.)
Companies like Sunrun are implementing grid services using smart batteries to unlock benefits for the residential end-user and the grid at large. Recent research from New Zealand suggests these benefits could be dramatic.
The not-for-profit entered a 90 MW solar, 70 MW storage, 20-year power purchase agreement to be developed and serviced by BayWa r.e.
The solar industry’s struggle with fire safety is ongoing. Dr. John R. Balfour and Lawrence Shaw have developed a means to begin to estimate the future costs and impacts from reported PV system-sourced fires.
The effort is a follow on to the LA100 study and will bring together environmental justice and other stakeholders to identify community-driven, energy-just outcomes, particularly for people in disadvantaged communities.
‘LD 528: An act to advance energy storage in Maine’ was signed by Governor Janet Mills, with The Pine Tree State joining several others in the trend of embracing energy storage goals. How does it compare to the other eight state targets?