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Analysis
Understanding the energy storage world leaders, anticipating the next big markets

Understanding the energy storage world leaders, anticipating the next big markets

10 Jul 2017, 11:52
• By Alex Eller

While the global energy storage industry has continued its pace of rapid growth during the past year, well-established markets remain highly concentrated in specific regions of the world. Alex Eller of Navigant Research discusses many of the factors influencing growth trends for energy storage at both utility-scale and distributed levels.

Interviews
Storage deployment across the globe: insights from the US, UK and Asia

Storage deployment across the globe: insights from the US, UK and Asia

7 Sep 2016, 15:25
• By Danielle Ola

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) senior analyst Logan Goldie-Scot discusses with Energy-Storage.News drivers for the recent uptick in storage across the globe, as well as insights on why America has an ideal regulatory approach to storage technologies, the recent UK tender, and the potential of dynamic markets in Asia Pacific.

Interviews
Energy storage: Supporting IRENA’s 2030 vision for doubling global renewables

Energy storage: Supporting IRENA’s 2030 vision for doubling global renewables

21 May 2015, 15:01
• By Andy Colthorpe

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is set to launch a technology roadmap for electricity storage at the solar industry conference and exhibition Intersolar Europe next month. IRENA technology roadmap analyst Ruud Kempener spoke to Andy Colthorpe about the project.

SAFT batteries chosen for Japanese microgrid trial

SAFT batteries chosen for Japanese microgrid trial

24 Feb 2015, 16:18

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), one of Japan’s major electric utility and transmission providers, will conduct a microgrid demonstration project on a remote Japanese island, incorporating solar, storage, wind and diesel.