On this week’s Energy Gang podcast: We dig into the latest project activity in energy storage.
With BlackRock as a partner and a new focus on project ownership, GE’s under-the-radar solar business may be in for noisier days ahead.
Municipally owned utilities and electric cooperatives, as of September 1, will have legal affirmation that they’re allowed to own energy storage assets – and not have to register as power generators – within the state.
Just a few months ago Siemens launched its residential storage offering with the Junelight battery. Lastest market analysis suggests that Siemens could find enough potential buyers in Europe.
Corporations are buying up batteries and investing in their companies like it’s going out of style.
As renewable energy capacity rises around the globe, markets are changing, creating opportunities for new businesses and technologies.
Finnish clean-energy company Fortum has achieved a lithium-ion battery recycling rate of over 80%
IHS Markit’s analysts have mapped out what they are keeping an eye out for in the year ahead.
For the past several years, Alphabet’s X has been working on Project Malta to create a new approach for grid-scale energy storage based on salt. Malta is now ready to graduate from the Moonshot Factory as an independent, non-Alphabet company.
From our annual Energy Storage Summit, a recap of 2018 market trends, and a look at key trends for next year.
The U.S. Energy Storage Monitor tracks the second-highest quarter on record for behind-the-meter batteries, plus a shift toward longer-duration grid batteries.