battery storage

PowerX, a Japanese company founded to spearhead innovation in offshore power development has announced the launch of its new product: a maritime vessel to carry electricity from offshore wind farms onshore. The company will also design and build a massive battery payload that will be integrated with the shipʼs controls to transport offshore wind power to shore.
  • August 25, 2021
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Ontario municipal utility, Alectra Utilities is piloting a customer energy marketplace with the launch of a transactive energy platform, GridExchange. Funded by Natural Resources Canada and in partnership with Sunverge, Savage Data, and FLO, GridExchange is a blockchain-based software platform that enables customers with distributed energy resources (DERs) such as solar panels, battery storage and electric vehicles to participate in an energy marketplace with Alectra.
  • August 23, 2021
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United Energy, an Australian electricity distributor will spearhead the country’s largest rollout of community-based batteries supporting highly targeted and localized needs later this year. The initiative will target United Energy’s network across Melbourne’s east, south east and the Mornington Peninsula. When complete, the fleet of batteries will be able to store the electricity needed to support 3,000 homes as part of an $11 million investment in new energy technology.
  • August 23, 2021
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Electric vehicle (EV) batteries are typically designed for a decade of usage. Then they lose their juice to power your EV. The growth of intermittent renewable energy is increasing the importance of energy storage. So is it economical to use retired EV batteries at a mass-scale for grid balancing needs today?
  • May 5, 2021
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In a deal worth $14 billion, Northvolt will enable Volkswagen to build an independent battery supply chain in Europe
  • March 31, 2021
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VP of the European Battery Alliance stated that the EC was currently supporting 70 battery projects which could potentially create 4 million jobs by 2025
  • March 29, 2021
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