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Energy storage news - March 23rd, 2018
28 Mar 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes a 120 MW / 140 MWh project to be built by ZEN Energy in South Australia, NEC ES selected to build a 55 MW / 110 MWh system for a 800 MW offshore wind farm in Massachusetts, Johnson Controls to install 10.5 MW of PV and 42 MWh of storage at the Maui college in Hawaii, a PV-diesel-storage microgrid including a 2 MWh Tesla battery in the Philippines and a tidal energy demonstration project including a 0.6 MW / 3 MWh vanadium-flow battery from RedT in the UK.
Energy storage news - March 16th, 2018
20 Mar 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes a 10 MW / 40 MWh project by Florida Power and Light, Samsung SDI and Sungrow supplying both inverters and batteries to a 30 MWh project in Hokkaido, Neoen receiving a grant for the development of a large project in Australia combining electrolyze, battery storage, PV, and wind, Gore Street Capital starting a fund dedicated to large-scale battery storage, and ESS delivering two 400 kWh flow batteries to BASF in Germany.
Energy storage news - March 9th, 2018
13 Mar 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes the United States IRS to accept battery retrofitting on existing PV systems for the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), U.S. Democrats' grid upgrade infrastructure plan (energy storage funding included), Bosch selling its EV manufacturing start-up, GE announcing their new storage platform, and finally the reason why your digital clock in Europe has been off a few minutes.
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05 Mar 2018 | Press Releases

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Energy storage news - March 2nd, 2018
05 Mar 2018 | Top 5

This week’s TOP 5 includes a plan by SDG&E to add up to 166 MW of energy storage at public facilities, a 2.5 MWh project developed by Stem in Ontario, Murata now offering utility scale storage systems to its customers, AES starting the construction of its 28 MW PV and 20 MW / 100 MWh storage power plant in Hawaii, and Highview Power partnering with SNC Lavalin to deploy LAES in North America.