Articles tagged with: Deployment Figures

Navigant: Li-ion for ESS to exceed 28GW globally by 2028

Navigant: Li-ion for ESS to exceed 28GW globally by 2028

22 Jan 2020, 00:40

While pumped hydro plants still account for around 96% of installed capacity of stationary energy storage worldwide, there will be more than 28GW of lithium batteries deployed for stationary storage applications by the year 2028, Navigant Research has predicted.

Home storage sales rocket as Australia moves towards standardisation

Home storage sales rocket as Australia moves towards standardisation

9 Jul 2018, 12:08

Australia’s energy and environment minister has hailed the country’s accelerating residential energy storage sales as a report has emerged from Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel which says the “financial equation is straightforward” for adding batteries to home PV systems.

Leclanché’s main investor ups the ante with US$76m injection

Leclanché’s main investor ups the ante with US$76m injection

5 Jun 2018, 15:10

Swiss vertically-integrated battery and energy storage system and equipment maker Leclanché has followed sonnen in netting a significant amount of investment to go into the second half of 2018, securing CHF75 million (US$76 million) from its main existing investor.

Feature
Guest blog

From followers to leaders: The changing face of Europe’s energy storage market

25 Jan 2018, 12:13 • By Valts Grintals
From followers to leaders: The changing face of Europe’s energy storage market

The European electricity storage market has seen an impressive growth over the past two years. Whereas in 2015 some 300MWh of battery storage capacity was newly installed, just two years later in 2017, more than 700MWh was added. Delta-ee's Valts Grintals gives you some highlights and pinpoints some recent trends across the continent.

Analysis
The rise and rise of US storage

The rise and rise of US storage

9 Nov 2016, 11:46
• By Matt Roberts

Energy storage in the US is being propelled forward by falling costs and increasingly favourable markets and policy. But for the full value of storage to be realised, numerous regulatory and fiscal barriers must still be surmounted, writes Matt Roberts.