Also on the rise: Solar PV LCOE expected to slide to $0.021/kWh by 2050, DNV says. Vermont utility announces emissions-free “zero outages” initiative. And more.
Green Mountain Power targets zero power outages by 2030, backed by a strong contribution from solar, wind, and energy storage linked in microgrids.
Form Energy’s modeling tools suggest that adding 23.4 GW of their long-duration energy strorage would drastically enhance the efficiency of wind and solar, lowering the curtailment of renewables by up to 83%, and reducing the region’s capacity of needed solar power by over 100 GW.
Also on the rise: Honeywell invests in ESS to advance adoption of iron flow battery energy storage. Panasonic introduces half-cut HJT residential solar module, and more.
A dozen U.S. utilities have targeted at least 80% carbon-free generation by 2030. The Smart Electric Power Alliance hopes that their strategies to get there will influence other utilities to accelerate their own clean energy commitments.
Also on the rise: Aims Power introduces hybrid inverter for solar-battery systems. Scientists outline innovation pathways for PV technologies. And more.
Also on the rise: Nextracker opens dedicated assembly line for tracker components, Vermont utility keeps the power on with portable long-duration energy storage, and Ambri liquid metal battery passes key safety certification.
With portable power, Green Mountain Power kept a commercial customer operational during 6-hour scheduled maintenance and plans to expand use by bringing resilience to five communities.
Energy storage supports a grid increasingly defined by renewable energy. pv magazine USA recaps three recent project updates in grid-scale storage.
Also on the rise: Industrial solar on a steep slope demonstrates advantages for brownfield solar development. Vermont neighborhood is solar, all-electric and storm resilient. And more.
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