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Analysis

Bankable and insurable energy storage: a necessary next step for renewable energy

21 Oct 2019, 13:53 • By Jan Geder
Bankable and insurable energy storage: a necessary next step for renewable energy

The rapid acceleration in energy storage deployment expected over the coming years will require innovation in the quality and safety standards underpinning new battery and associated technologies. VDE’s Jan Geder looks at the technical work underway to ensure the coming storage boom has firm bankability and insurability foundations.

KORE Power argues for bankability of NMC for US utility market

KORE Power argues for bankability of NMC for US utility market

16 Oct 2019, 15:07

KORE Lithium Technologies Inc (KORE Power), a US headquartered manufacturer of nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) battery racks for the utility-scale stationary energy storage market, has retained renewable energy investor CohnReznick Capital as its Investment Bank of Record.

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Editor's blog

Flow in flux: Long duration batteries in fight to commercialise

29 Mar 2018, 12:08 • By Andy Colthorpe
Flow in flux: Long duration batteries in fight to commercialise

It’s been predicted for some time that the redox flow energy storage space will, after some turmoil and rapid consolidation, find success in providing energy storage at durations of more than four hours. This past couple of weeks have been a tale of both turmoil and success.

DNV GL updates GRIDSTOR best practice guide

DNV GL updates GRIDSTOR best practice guide

4 Oct 2017, 12:27

Accreditation and certification house DNV GL has just published an updated version of GRIDSTOR, a best and recommended practice guide for stakeholders in the grid-connected energy storage sector.

Energy storage could ‘drive development’ in emerging economies

Energy storage could ‘drive development’ in emerging economies

7 Feb 2017, 17:00

Energy storage deployments in emerging markets could grow 40% annually over the next five years, from 2GW today to 80GW, but barriers include the lack of access to low-cost capital, a new report from the International Finance Corporation has found