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Energy storage system of 30 MW/120 MWh comes online in California – EQ Mag Pro

The 30-MW/120-MWh Top Gun energy storage project in San Diego, California has recently started commercial operation, UK-based renewable energy company RES said on Tuesday. RES delivered the project to San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E), a subsidiary of Sempra (NYSE:SRE) serving San Diego and southern Orange counties. RES will provide operations and maintenance services […]

Overcoming the great disconnect in the battery storage supply chain – EQ Mag Pro

California to Boost Solar And Wind Capacity to Meet Renewable Energy Goals – EQ Mag Pro

The CAISO plans to add an additional 1.6 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar capacity and 0.4 GW of onshore wind turbine capacity this year, the EIA said in a release. The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) region plans to increase its solar and wind power capacity in 2021 to help meet the state’s target of […]

Britain eyes green trade to end world’s dependence on Russian energy – EQ Mag Pro

Open-Source Model Finds Best Places For EV Charging Stations

As the automobile industry shifts towards the manufacture of electric vehicles, travelers need charging stations along interstate highways so they can easily travel between metropolitan areas. However, the challenges in siting those stations lie in understanding the differences in equipment, the expected use and the optimal number of stations for different settings. Researchers at Oak […]

Leading European EV charging firm expands to NZ market – EQ Mag Pro

Every Roof in Japan Could Have Solar Panels in the Future

Japan seeks to add more solar power in a bid to achieve its ambitious 2030 emissions reduction goal, which could eventually lead to every building, parking lot and farm in the densely populated nation being fitted with rooftop panels. The world’s third-biggest economy aims to have 108 gigawatts of solar capacity online by 2030, about […]

Origin wins approval for 700 MW/2,800 MWh battery at NSW coal site – EQ Mag Pro

SLO County Project Will Install Electric Vehicle Chargers

The project will fund an estimated 235 new chargers. In San Luis Obispo County, money is coming for electric vehicle charging stations. Approximately $2.3 million dollars is slated for the county as part of the regional launch of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project. It will fund an estimated 235 new chargers. The announcement came […]

Leading European EV charging firm expands to NZ market – EQ Mag Pro

Sweden’s EQT Fund Buys U.S.-Based Cypress Creek Renewables

Stockholm-based private equity firm EQT is acquiring Cypress Creek Renewables of Santa Monica, California, from HPS Investment Partners LLC and Temasek for an undisclosed price. Cypress Creek Renewables offers services across utility-scale and distributed solar and storage across 25 states in the U.S. and has approximately 300 employees, EQT said in a statement. The transaction […]

Bundesnetzagentur Selects 204 MW Rooftop PV Capacity With €0.070/KWh Lowest Winning Bid – EQ Mag Pro

California Legislators Push $300 Million Hydrogen Plan

California’s policymakers are lobbying for hydrogen fuel to play a larger role in the state’s economy. A bipartisan group of 20 legislators penned a letter to assembly leaders requesting that $300 million of a $500 million executive order on emission reductions be set aside for hydrogen fueling infrastructure. Such a significant sum shows that California […]

EU plan to import vast amounts of green hydrogen from North Africa ‘makes little sense’: study – EQ Mag Pro

World’s Largest ‘Green Hydrogen’ Offtake Deal Signed in California By Waste-To-H2 Start-Up

SGH2 Energy agrees to sell 3,850 tonnes a year of ‘greener-than-green’ carbon-negative hydrogen to refuelling stations across southern California Washington DC-based waste-to-hydrogen company SGH2 Energy will supply 3,850 tonnes of “greener-than-green” H2 annually to two of California’s largest owners and operators of hydrogen refuelling stations under a ten-year contract. SGH2 claims the deal, whose financial […]

EU plan to import vast amounts of green hydrogen from North Africa ‘makes little sense’: study – EQ Mag Pro

California PUC Proposes Rules to Accelerate Near-Term EV Charger Deployment

Facing a potential gap in the number of installed electric vehicle chargers needed to meet the state’s clean transportation goals, the California Public Utilities Commission released proposed rules to guide near-term priorities for utilities investing in charging infrastructure. The proposed decision, released Monday, offers state utilities more flexibility in what infrastructure they can deploy before […]

Leading European EV charging firm expands to NZ market – EQ Mag Pro