Tagged with energy storage

New development in liquid air energy storage

New development in liquid air energy storage

Sam Davis writes on the Power Electronics website about a 5-MW/15-MWh liquid air energy-storage (LAES) system supports solar and wind renewable power and provides reserve, grid-balancing, and regulation services. How important a development is this? Do you have any views?   First Grid-Scale Liquid Air Energy-Storage Plant Launched According to Highview Power, the first grid-scale … Continue reading

Increased deployment of solar PV together with energy storage playing important role in energy transition

Increased deployment of solar PV together with energy storage playing important role in energy transition

The increasingly competitive dynamic duo of solar photovoltaic plus battery storage is taking energy markets by storm according to Daniel Rothberg in an article on the Resilience website.   Suddenly, Solar Energy plus Storage is Giving Conventional Fuels a Run for their Money The energy dynamic around renewables is changing so quickly in Colorado that … Continue reading

New developments in energy storage

New developments in energy storage

There has been an important new technology breakthrough at Stanford University in developing a manganese-hydrogen battery. Tom Abate explains on the Stanford News website.   New water-based battery offers large-scale energy storage Stanford scientists have developed a manganese-hydrogen battery that could fill a missing piece in the nation’s energy puzzle by storing wind and solar … Continue reading

We will need a truly gargantuan amount of electrical energy storage and “proton” batteries could make a valuable contribution

We will need a truly gargantuan amount of electrical energy storage and “proton” batteries could make a valuable contribution

With increased frequency we are reading about developments in energy storage. John Andrews,, Professor, School of Engineering, at RMIT University in Australia writes about the development of a proton battery. What do you think about it?   How protons can power our future energy needs As the world embraces inherently variable renewable energy sources to … Continue reading

Rapid growth in energy storage in the US

Rapid growth in energy storage in the US

The rate of growth in energy storage is increasing and may double in 2018 alone. This is when prices for storage still remain quite high, limiting uses and deployment, according to many. Chris Mooney explains in an article in the Washington Post.   The U.S. just hit a major milestone for energy storage — which … Continue reading