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Australia OKs CAES
Plans for a 5 MW/10 MWh compressed air energy storage facility in South Australia have been given. The nod by the state’s government.
AES breaks ground on California storage
AES has started construction of a 400 MWh battery-based energy storage system in California.
Highview power unveils high capacity CRYOBattery
Highview Power, has developed a world first – a modular cryogenic energy storage system, the CRYOBattery, that is scalable up to multiple gigawatt hours of energy storage.
Statkraft and Statera strike VPP deal
Statkraft and Statera Energy have formed a partnership to create 1 GW of energy storage and flexible generation assets in the UK.
Getting back to the stone age
In a world first on 13 June, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy began operation of its electric thermal energy storage system (ETES).
Whitelee wind farm to get 50 MW battery boost
The Scottish government has granted consent for the UK’s largest onshore wind farm to be equipped with battery storage capacity.
BELCO 10 MW ESS is unveiled
Saft has delivered and installed a turnkey energy storage system for Bermuda Electric Light Co.
Saft doubles duration and capacity with its new Li-ion battery
Saft has extended its ESS range with the Intensium Max 20 High Energy (HE) that offers 2.5 MWh storage capacity in a standard 20-foot container.
Pangea Energy signs up CellCube for 50 MW flow battery
Energy storage technology company CellCube has signed a letter of intent with Pangea Energy to build a 50 MW/200 MWh energy storage system in Port Augusta, South Australia.
Global battery energy storage market to grow by 7% to 2023
The global battery energy storage market is forecast to grow to $13.13 billion by 2023.
APS investigates battery fire
Arizona Public Service has launched an investigation to determine the cause of a fire, at its McMicken battery energy storage site, that injured four firefighters.
Saft and Tianneng join forces
Saft has signed an agreement with Tianneng Energy Technology (TET), a subsidiary of the Chinese Tianneng Group, to create a joint venture to expand their lithium-ion production capacity.
US Congress considers energy storage tax credits
Lawmakers in the USA will consider plans to include energy storage technologies in the country’s investment tax credit (ITC) scheme after new legislation was introduced.
EKZ brings battery on-line
The country’s largest battery-based energy storage system has been installed in Switzerland.
Highview Power and TSK in joint venture
Highview Power and TSK, have entered into an agreement to co-develop gigawatt-hour scale, long-duration energy storage systems.
Consortium promises leap in storage technology
A global battery consortium charged with advancing lead battery technology has re-launched as it prepares to unveil a raft of new research designed to take the technology to the next level.
Shell acquires Sonnen
Shell has sealed a deal to acquire Sonnen, a Germany-based manufacturer of home energy storage systems.
APS plans 850 MW battery programme
Arizona Public Service says it will be able to maximise its use of solar energy through a new programme for the roll-out of large-scale battery-based energy storage plants.
China switches on 650 MW multi-tech power site
China has commissioned its largest battery energy storage system (BESS) to date as part of a multi-technology power plant site incorporating wind energy, PV and CSP.