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Narada's battery energy storage power plant starts operations at Four Seas (Suzhou) Food in China
The modularized and pre-installed battery energy storage power plant of Four Seas (Suzhou) Food Co., made by Narada has been put into operation recently.
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Duke Energy plans to build solar, battery storage projects in Indiana
Duke Energy, as part its commitment to advance cleaner energy for its customers, is planning to install battery storage equipment and solar panels that will operate as microgrid at the Indiana National Guard's Camp Atterbury training operation in Johnson County, Indiana.
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Nidec partners with Corsica Sole to develop solar projects with battery storage in France
Nidec Industrial Solutions (NIS) and Corsica Sole, project developer and independent power producer (IPP), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to construct and maintain four photovoltaic projects with battery storage,
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Tabuchi launches next generation solar+storage system in US
Residential hybrid solar-plus-storage manufacturer Tabuchi America has launched its Next Generation Eco-Intelligent Battery System (EIBS) in the US.
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AES Distributed Energy selects SunPower’s Platform for solar plus storage plant in Kaua?i
By CTBR Staff Writer
AES Distributed Energy and SunPower announced that a SunPower Oasis Power Plant platform with an innovative solar plus storage facility is under development by AES DE on the Hawaiian island of Kaua‛i.
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Duke Energy settlement to pave way for smarter energy future in Florida
Duke Energy Florida has received approval from the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) to go ahead with its settlement agreement which can pave the way to a smarter energy future for Florida customers.
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PSE&G inaugurates solar storage project to power wastewater plant in New Jersey
Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) and the Borough of Caldwell, New Jersey have inaugurated a solar storage project which will help running borough's wastewater treatment plant through extended power outage.
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CW, Red Dot to build utility-scale energy storage system in Singapore
By CTBR Staff Writer
CW Group and Red Dot Power consortia will establish the first utility-scale Energy Storage System (ESS) in Singapore.
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Greensmith to install 4MW energy storage system at AEP’s hydro projects in Virginia
By CTBR Staff Writer
Greensmith, a subsidiary of Wärtsilä has been selected by American Electric Power (AEP) to deliver 4MW energy storage system at the Buck and Byllesby hydroelectric power plants in southwest Virginia, US.
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Alfen introduces new storage solution for self-healing power grids
By CTBR Staff Writer
Dutch energy expert Alfen has introduced Cellular Smart Grid Platform (CSGriP), a new grid solution for self-healing power grids.
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Endeavour Energy selects MPower to install NSW’S largest grid support battery
By CTBR Staff Writer
Endeavour Energy has awarded a contract to MPower to supply, install, support and maintain batteries for a grid scale energy storage system in West Dapto, in the Australian state of New South Wales.
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E.ON acquires stake in software start-up Cuculus
French utility E.ON has acquired a stake in Cuculus, a software start-up based in Ilmenau.
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European battery alliance launched in Brussels
The European Commission hosted auto, chemical and engineering executives in Brussels to develop battery manufacturing in the EU.
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Microsoft to buy energy from GE’s Irish wind farm
By CTBR Staff Writer
Tech-giant Microsoft has agreed to buy energy generated from GE’s 37MW Tullahennel wind farm in County Kerry, Ireland.
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Battery cost could drop up to 66%, stimulate 17-fold growth by 2030
By CTBR Staff Writer
The cost of battery storage for stationary applications is estimated to fall by up to 66%, while their growth is expected to reach 17-fold, a report by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) stated.
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