New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a Green New Deal January 17th which would mandate New York’s power be 100% carbon-free by 2040. That goal trumps the target – by five years – adopted in California last year following Governor Jerry Brown’s signature of Senate Bill 100, which set a […]
Month: January 2019
Chicago-based Invenergy said it completed construction – and commenced commercial operation – of a utility-scale battery storage system in Knoxville, IA for MidAmerican Energy January 14th. Construction of the 1MW/4MWh lithium iron phosphate battery project, at a MidAmerican Energy substation, took four months. EPC Role Des Moines, IA-based MidAmerican Energy […]
Maryland’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a five-year EV charging infrastructure pilot program January 14th. The program was proposed by four of the state’s largest electric utilities. While the program is expected to jump-start EV charging infrastructure in Maryland, it is smaller than an originally proposed USD104.7m network – supported […]
The project is claimed to be the largest operational pv plus energy storage system in the world to date.
Shell New Energies is partnering with Anesco on the project.
Four managers are thought to have made a shortlist.
The facility is claimed to be the largest energy storage system in Texas.
The business will target home charging, destination charging and public charging.
Voltility speaks to Chicago, IL-based Mark Frigo of E.ON Climate & Renewables North America. Frigo leads the company’s energy storage business in North America which includes three operational projects and three new projects in the north-eastern US, two of which are scheduled to be online in 2019.
Orsted is expecting demand for energy storage to grow.