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Dispatchable solar, strong growth to come: An analyst’s take on Middle East’s energy storage future

Dispatchable solar, strong growth to come: An analyst’s take on Middle East’s energy storage future

31 Jul 2017, 15:00
• By Andy Colthorpe

Interest in energy storage in the Middle East is ‘ramping up significantly’, as we reported last week in an extract from this interview with IHS Markit analyst Julian Jansen. His firm is forecasting 1.8GW of energy storage for the region by 2025 – from an installed base of next-to-nothing today. Jansen talked us through some of the drivers, market dynamics and the general picture of what we might see developing.

Go Electric bags 1MWh US Army contract

Go Electric bags 1MWh US Army contract

27 Jul 2017, 16:09

Energy storage manufacturer Go Electric has won a contract worth US$1.7 million to provide a 1MW/1MWh battery storage system for the US Army.

Guest blog
Europe’s electric bus market in transformational growth mode

Europe’s electric bus market in transformational growth mode

17 Jul 2017, 12:19
• By Anil Srivastava

In Europe the number of e-buses in circulation is far smaller than in China, which accounts for 98% of the world's fleets. However, the market is entering a period of rapid growth. This comes with significant challenges for batteries, Anil Srivastava of Leclanché writes.

Jamaican utility approves 24.5MW hybrid energy storage project

Jamaican utility approves 24.5MW hybrid energy storage project

20 Jun 2017, 02:38

Jamaican utility company Jamaica Public Service (JPS) announced Monday that its board of directors has approved a hybrid energy storage solution which — pending approval from the Office of Utilities — will be the first of its kind in the Caribbean.