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East Coast ESS projects switched on by NEC, Aggreko

East Coast ESS projects switched on by NEC, Aggreko

3 Jun 2019, 17:38

Two of the best known system integrators in the energy storage field have just completed work on large-scale battery systems on the eastern coast of the US, NEC in Massachusetts and Aggreko in New York.

Feature
Guest blog

The outlook for Energy Storage in New York is bright - here’s why

26 Feb 2018, 15:45 • By William Acker
The outlook for Energy Storage in New York is bright - here’s why

Kicking off with an unprecedented wave of policy commitments, 2018 promises to be an exciting year for energy storage in New York State. William Acker at NY-BEST explains what's going on - and what should happen next.

NY BEST, Empire State Development unveil battery commercialisation facility

NY BEST, Empire State Development unveil battery commercialisation facility

20 Jan 2017, 15:02

New York’s chief economic development agency Empire State Development is launching a battery cell assembly facility in Eastman Business Park (EBP), Rochester, which will serve battery and capacitor companies, in collaboration with the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST).

1MW solar storage to be installed in New York City

1MW solar storage to be installed in New York City

17 Mar 2015, 16:05

Demand Energy, an energy storage company, and EnerSys, an industrial battery solutions company, have partnered with a luxury New York property developer to install 1MW of aggregated renewable energy across properties.

Interviews
NY BEST: The Big Apple’s storage landscape

NY BEST: The Big Apple’s storage landscape

13 Nov 2014, 01:10
• By Andy Colthorpe

The New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY BEST), like much of the storage industry worldwide, appears primarily concerned with two things – technological development and looking at how policy, regulatory bodies and other factors can help shape viable markets. Andy Colthorpe spoke to John Cerveny, director of resource management of the association about what makes New York’s storage market tick.