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Responding to disruptive trends in energy

Energy Matters Summary Energy storage, distributed energy, renewables, and electric vehicles powered by a smart grid are among the main disruptive trends in the global energy sector. Advances in technology and a global call to preserve the environment, combined with consumer demand for more...


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US Military Microgrids Are Using More Renewables and Batteries

Emma Foehringer Merchant, Greentech Media Summary Energy resilience has long been a priority for the military. The Department of Defense is increasingly turning to clean energy in resilience applications. (Photo: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District) The White House's...


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Cogeneration Channel: The added value of backup batteries integrated in combined heat and power plants

Cogeneration Channel: Interview Thomas Paes - CEO, Hans van Bebber Heizungsbau GmbH & Co. KG When installing a combined heat and power plant, both return temperature of the system, which can lead to irregularities, must be carefully assessed, as well as other components, such as heat...


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Burlington Project: Grid Tie Microgrid and EV Fast Charger “Invisible” to Utility

Summary Proliferation of Energy Storage Microgrids depends on many factors in C&I sector and relies heavily on the Value Streams from the Energy Storage system. Microgrid technology plays a significant role in supporting and enabling these Value Streams. Therefore, Microgrid Technology must...

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Storage Solutions for Multi-Stakeholders at Denver's Pena Station

Summary At Peña Station Next, a transit-oriented smart and sustainable development in Denver, stakeholders Panasonic, Xcel Energy, Denver International Airport, Younicos, and LC Fulenwider, Inc. have partnered on a unique solar+storage microgrid. This multi-purpose, multi-use case microgrid...

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80% of Businesses Believe a Quarter of Energy Needs will be Generated Onsite by 2025

Press Release, PR Newswire Most businesses will take control of their own energy use by generating a quarter of their electricity onsite by 2025, with 81% of U.S. businesses predicting this change will take place in just seven years. In a study of over 1,000 businesses, Centrica Business...


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City's energy park gets $750,000 charge

Gord Young, North Bay Nugget A community energy park under construction between the YMCA and Memorial Gardens is expected to be completed in November. Gord Young/The Nugget. Summary North Bay is getting more than $750,000 in federal funding for its community energy park, now under...


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DEWA Launches Pilot Project to Test Energy Storage Systems at MBR Solar Park

MEP News DEWA Summary Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) in cooperation with Amplex Emirates has launched a pilot project to install and test a 1.2MW/7.2MWh Sodium Sulphur Battery Energy Storage System (NaS BESS), at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. HE Saeed...


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Enwave Wins Bid for South Australia District Energy System

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Creative Commons photo provided by The Lead South Australia Summary Enwave has won a bid to install a district energy system that incorporates one of Australia’s largest rooftop solar arrays for the Tonsley Innovation District in Adelaide, South Australia’s...


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Report: NHS could save £130m by updating energy systems

Edie.com Summary The NHS could save at least £130m every year by updating old energy systems with battery storage, onsite low-carbon generation and energy efficiency measures. That is the key conclusion of a new report from energy firm Centrica Business Solutions, ahead of this Thursday’s ...