Energy Storage - October 13, 2017
A Wynn Resorts hotel and casino in development at Boston Habor is reportedly working with a number of partners on plans to implement an energy storage project that will complement two cogeneration plants, rooftop solar and LED lighting.
Energy Efficiency - October 9, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak
Talk of an "all of the above" energy policy has been a common refrain among politicians and utility executives for some time. At Intel Corp., however, it has become the unspoken philosophy to adapting to climate change.
Energy Storage - October 6, 2017
A private Massachusetts High School is reaping the benefits of a newly installed, 3 MWh energy storage system that is paired with an onsite, utility-scale wind turbine.
Energy Storage - October 4, 2017
General Motors Co. rolled out plans Oct. 2 for how it plans to achieve a "zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion" vision for the future in an eventual transition of its fleet to electric vehicles.
Microgrids - October 3, 2017
As Puerto Rico struggles to recover from the devasting impacts of Hurricane Maria, Tesla Inc. is reportedly sending hundreds of its Powerwall battery systems to the island as German storage company Sonnen pledges to build microgrids on the island.
Energy Storage - October 2, 2017
From General Motors to Dyson, manufacturers have made three major electric vehicle announcements - and billions in investment - in the past week.
Energy Storage - September 18, 2017
This guide, presented by REC Solar, explains how customers can lower their exposure to market risks and save money, both immediately and in the long term, by installing solar PV and energy storage together.
Energy Storage - September 15, 2017
Daimler AG's trucks division announced Sept. 14 that it has invested in and formed a strategic partnership with battery company StoreDot Ltd. to work on a more holistic approach to fast vehicle charging.
Energy Storage - September 7, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak
The second quarter of 2017 marked a record in the energy storage space, bolstered by a spike, led by deployments in California and New York, in the nonresidential market, which includes commercial and industrial installations.