7July 7th, 2017
This week’s TOP 5 includes an energy storage target of 200 MWh by 2020 in Massachussets, the acquisition of Younicos by Aggreko, the launch of a new business unit dedicated to solar and storage by Vattenfall, the completion of the acquisition of Greensmith by Wärtsilä and AES closing the financing for its 100 MW / 400 MWh project in California.

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Top 5 

  1. The Massachussets energy storage target has been released by the Department of Energy Resources: 200 MWh will have to be installed by 2020.

 

  1. «Aggreko, the Glasgow-based power generation hire company, has acquired Younicos in a £40m cash deal.»

 

  1. Swedish state-owned power company Vattenfall has establisheda new business unit dedicated to solar-plus-storage with an initial investment of 150M€.

 

  1. Wärtsilä completed the acquisition of Greensmith,. The transaction is valued at 170 million USD.

 

  1. « AES Corporation has closed US$2 billion in finance for the 1.4GW Southland Repowering Project. The install in southern California encompasses 1,284MW of combined cycle gas capacity and 100MW of battery storage. »