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DOE issues Notice of Intent for 2020 advanced vehicle technology research

By mmillikin The US Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office published a notice of intent to issue a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) titled “Fiscal Year 2020 Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research FOA.” This FOA may include the following topics: Lithium-ion batteries using silicon-based anode. The objective of this potential area of interest is to research, fabricate,…

California Seeks to Shift Major Battery Incentive Toward Fire, Blackout Resiliency

By [email protected] Over its 13-year history, California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program has been the state’s primary driver for distributed solar, biomass power systems, fuel cells. and, over the past half-decade or so, behind-the-meter batteries. Now California regulators are proposing a new role for SGIP: giving battery-solar backup systems to those at greatest risk of wildfires and…

California Seeks to Shift Major Battery Incentive Toward Fire, Blackout Resiliency

By [email protected] Over its 13-year history, California’s Self-Generation Incentive Program has been the state’s primary driver for distributed solar, biomass power systems, fuel cells. and, over the past half-decade or so, behind-the-meter batteries. Now California regulators are proposing a new role for SGIP: giving battery-solar backup systems to those at greatest risk of wildfires and…

Infigen says Lake Bonney battery now in full production

By Giles Parkinson Infigen Energy says Lake Bonney battery now in full operation, adding a third big battery to the South Australia grid. The post Infigen says Lake Bonney battery now in full production appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Maros Sefcovic: Batteries, Energy & Decarbonization

By Julia Bircakova European Battery Alliance. Clean Energy for All. Decarbonization. These are just some of the initiatives of the Energy Union under European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic. As he leaves that job to take on a different portfolio in the new European Commission, he reflects on the progress made, challenges, and work left…

3 Trends That Shaped the Grid Edge in 2019

By [email protected]techmedia.com It isn’t easy to transform a century’s worth of electricity infrastructure from the ground up, particularly in the face of climate-change-induced firestorms. In looking back at 2019’s most important developments on the grid edge — GTM’s term for the interface of the traditional utility enterprise with rooftop solar panels, behind-the-meter batteries, plug-in electric…

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