Battery manufacturer and European consortium member Exide Technologies has partnered with the Institute...
- Exide and ICMA to improve battery performance through neutron diffraction
- Energy M&As in 2020: Deals interview with Sidley Austin
- Between the EU and a technological hard place: what is behind UK blackouts?
- Deals interview: Storage and battery technology will become big markets
- GCL System Integration and Powin Energy announce joint venture
Wartsila to deliver 100MW energy storage project in South East Asia
Finnish company Wartsila has secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from an undisclosed company in South East Asia to build a new 100MW / 100MWh energy storage project.
FERC accepts Daybreak Power’s application for Navajo Energy station
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has accepted US-based energy storage project developer Daybreak Power’s application for a preliminary permit for its proposed 2,200MW Navajo Energy Storage Station (NESS) near Page in Arizona, US.
Rolls-Royce acquires majority stake in energy storage company Qinous
British multinational engineering company Rolls-Royce has acquired a majority stake in German electricity storage solutions provider Qinous.
Exide and ICMA to improve battery performance through neutron diffraction
Battery manufacturer and European consortium member Exide Technologies has partnered with the Institute of Materials Science of Aragon (ICMA) in Spain to create a battery innovation project in Europe using neutron diffraction techniques.
Statkraft completes Kerry battery project in Ireland
Norwegian state-owned hydropower company Statkraft has announced the completion of the 11MW Kerry battery project in Ireland.
Energy M&As in 2020: Deals interview with Sidley Austin
As 2019 comes to an end, how does Energy M&A activity in the power and oil and gas sectors compare to previous years? And what does 2020 hold for the industries?
Quinbrook secures Nevada approval for PPA with NV Energy
The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada has approved Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners 25-year power purchase agreement with NV Energy.
PUCN approves NV Energy plan for solar power projects
The Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) has approved NV Energy’s plan to bring an additional 1,190MW of solar energy projects to Nevada.
Between the EU and a technological hard place: what is behind UK blackouts?
While the National Grid’s emergency systems were able to bear the brunt of a series of power cuts across the UK in August this year, around one million people were still left without power. With EU policy threatening to dismantle the UK’s backup power system, and advanced technologies still not integrated into the UK grid, we ask what the UK needs to do to prevent similar blackouts in the future.
Black Hills proposes addition of 200MW in renewable energy capacity
Black Hills Energy has submitted an application seeking approval of a plan that will add up to 200MW of new renewable energy resources to its Southern Colorado system.
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