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Guest blog

Energy-Storage.News 2017: Best of the guest blogs, Part 1.

20 Dec 2017, 14:15 • By Andy Colthorpe
Energy-Storage.News 2017: Best of the guest blogs, Part 1.

Since the launch of the site almost four years ago, Energy-Storage.News (and PV Tech Storage as it was previously known), has consistently brought you high-quality blogs from both guest contributors and our team of journalists and experts here at Solar Media. Here's just a selection of some of the best guest blogs we ran from January to June, 2017:

Analysis
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.

Kingdom of Jordan signs MoU for 20MW of grid-connected storage from AES

Kingdom of Jordan signs MoU for 20MW of grid-connected storage from AES

26 Oct 2015, 17:32

Jordan’s state power company, NEPCO (National Electric Company), looks likely to deploy 20MW of battery-based energy storage, which according to storage provider AES Corporation will be aimed at easing the integration of wind and solar into the country’s energy networks.