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Analysis

The case for C&I storage investigated

16 Apr 2018, 15:02 • By Julian Jansen, Andy Colthorpe
The case for C&I storage investigated

The commercial and industrial segment is one of the most promising sub-sectors of the energy storage space. Julian Jansen of IHS Markit describes recent efforts to model the US C&I storage landscape and what it reveals about this dynamic emerging market. As told to Andy Colthorpe.

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Guest blog

Education, education, education: Adapting to the energy storage age

12 Apr 2018, 11:54 • By Bo Normark
Education, education, education: Adapting to the energy storage age

In short, energy storage technology is set to revolutionise our society, EVs and beyond, with power companies among the most affected – whether they like it or not. The sector needs to wake up to this and decide what it is going to do about it. Education could provide the wake-up call that power professionals need, says Bo Normark of InnoEnergy.

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Guest blog

Ultracapacitors in electrification: Driving change with complementary technologies

9 Apr 2018, 15:16 • By Olivier Chabilan
Ultracapacitors in electrification: Driving change with complementary technologies

In much the same way that the industrial revolution changed society all those years ago, electrification is now the driving force behind the industrialisation of multiple sectors. Energy storage has an obvious role, but Olivier Chabilan of Skeleton Technologies looks at something you might not have considered - ultracapacitors.

Interviews
From ‘squishy batteries’ to pre-packaged systems - how the times are changing

From ‘squishy batteries’ to pre-packaged systems - how the times are changing

6 Mar 2018, 14:44
• By Andy Colthorpe

ELM FieldSight has partnered with power conversion specialist Ideal Power on a number of microgrid and related projects, designing and supplying the control system that makes the system tick, balancing the different distributed energy sources plugged into it. Vice president of operations Jason Petermeier shared his thoughts on recent projects, not-so-recent projects and where microgrids are heading.

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Guest blog

Flexible multiport power conversion systems deliver resilient hybrid microgrids

6 Mar 2018, 14:25 • By John Merritt
Flexible multiport power conversion systems deliver resilient hybrid microgrids

Islands are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of natural disasters such as hurricanes. John Merritt of Ideal Power looks at some of the emerging solutions to building more resilient energy systems through the deployment of microgrids that combine multiple energy generation and storage technologies.

Centrica’s 100MW Ireland proposal pits battery against natural gas

Centrica’s 100MW Ireland proposal pits battery against natural gas

10 Jan 2018, 11:50

Fresh details have emerged surrounding UK-headquartered utility Centrica’s rumoured 100MW battery after a planning application was submitted to Kilkenny County Council in Ireland through a joint venture formed in part by local subsidiary Bord Gáis Energy.

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Guest blog

Behind the numbers: UK’s Capacity Market register pushes grid-scale pipeline to 8GW

20 Dec 2017, 17:19 • By Lauren Cook
Behind the numbers: UK’s Capacity Market register pushes grid-scale pipeline to 8GW

With the release of the most recent Capacity Market pre-qualification register, the UK’s utility-scale battery storage pipeline has now reached nearly 8GW. Solar Media market research analyst Lauren Cook takes a deep dive into the projects that made it through pre-qualification, and what these results mean for the projects likely to get built in 2018.