Latest news from Clean Horizon

Energy storage news - February 9th, 2018
14 Feb 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes the future deployment of 50,000 Tesla Powerwalls in South Australia, Arenko selecting GE for the construction of a 41 MW battery system in the UK, AEG building a 20 MW hybrid storage system combining batteries and thermal storage in Germany, Stem selected to deploy 7.5 MWh in California and UK-based gravity storage start-up Gravitricity receiving a 650 k£ grant.
Energy storage news - February 2nd, 2018
14 Feb 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes a possible 3000 MW storage target in Arizona, a solar plus storage microgrid being built in the Marshall islands, the upgrade of a 10 MW battery system by Younicos in Hawaii, a partnership between Moixa and the Itochu Corporation and Rolls Royce installing containerized battery systems on six vessels.
Energy storage news - January 26th, 2018
14 Feb 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes the acquisition of EPS by Engie, a successful round of investment by Stem, a multi-MW demonstration project in the UK, the completion of a 2.5 MW / 2.5 MWh project in Germany by Ads-Tec and the Carlyle group investing 500 M$ to develop microgrids.
Energy Storage News - January 12th, 2018
25 Jan 2018 | Top 5

This week's TOP 5 includes the utility of Nevada including storage in its renewable RFP, two EFR projects commissioned by VLC Energy, Mauritius utility buying 4MW of storage, German utility VBB buying 15MWh to RES and Wartsila obtaining a contract for its energy management system in the Azores.
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21 Jan 2018 | Press Releases

Clean Horizon is recruiting an experienced business developer, preferably with track record in Germany or UK, to accelerate our activities in 2018.
Energy Storage News - January 19th, 2018
21 Jan 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes a 70 MW battery storage system in northern Brazil, the acquisition of German residential storage specialist E3/DC by the Hager group, UK storage developer BESS receiving more than USD 100 million of investment, Lockheed Martin finalizing the development of its flow battery products and the purchase of a 1 MW / 2 MWh Tesla battery by Mercury in New Zealand.