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New Jersey clean energy bills still ‘on Governor’s desk’

New Jersey clean energy bills still ‘on Governor’s desk’

17 May 2018, 14:20

Solar industry veteran and PV Tech blogger Edgar A. Gunther was told by the New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s office that clean energy legislation proposed for the state is “on his desk” but appear to be no closer to receiving his approval.

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Headliners: ees North America brings key energy storage trends to life

30 Apr 2018, 16:59 • By Dr. Florian Wessendorf, James Greenberger
Headliners: ees North America brings key energy storage trends to life

Intersolar Managing Director Dr. Florian Wessendorf and NAATBatt International Executive Director James Greenberger have collaborated to forecast top trends that are expected to dominate the ees North America show floor this year.

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Lead batteries: Still an essential energiser for a greener world

23 Apr 2018, 17:13 • By Dr Andy Bush
Lead batteries: Still an essential energiser for a greener world

The huge increase in demand for safe and reliable batteries to store energy from renewable sources such as solar and wind heralds a new lease of life for advanced lead batteries, argues Dr Andy Bush of the International Lead Association.

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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.

Mahindra lowest bidder again in India’s Andaman solar-storage retender

Mahindra lowest bidder again in India’s Andaman solar-storage retender

16 Apr 2018, 07:56

UPDATE: Major Indian solar EPC firm Mahindra Susten has put in the lowest bid for a solar and energy storage auction in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands for the second time, having seen its victory in the original auction torn away by authorities as they reportedly explored other sources of power generation.