Procurement is a boon for solar-storage, demand response and other clean resources, and could forestall last-ditch option of keeping coastal gas plants open. California regulators have approved a 3.3-gigawatt “all-source” procurement that will pit new renewables, energy storage, demand response and other clean resources against natural gas-fired power plants in a race to meet what […]
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US software and data company Autogrid has continued its roll-out of solutions into Japan’s evolving electricity market, joining a virtual power plant (VPP) project that could add more than 10,000 assets by the end of 2021. Autogrid has been one of the prominent early movers in aggregating distributed energy resources (DERs) including solar, battery energy […]
Investment in the Silicon Valley startup could boost French electric tech giant’s distributed energy integration capabilities, from design to operations. Schneider Electric has invested in Silicon Valley startup AutoGrid, with plans to put its data analytics and machine learning to use in managing distributed energy resources and microgrids for industrial and commercial customers. Wednesday’s investment […]
Genbright’s software matches distributed energy resources with multiple wholesale energy market opportunities. New England is a key growth target, Engie Storage CEO Chris Tilley tells GTM. Engie North America has built a big portfolio of distributed energy projects across the U.S., ranging from more than 75 megawatts of behind-the-meter battery systems from Engie Storage (formerly […]
At ESA’s Annual Energy Storage Conference & Expo April 16-18, Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, premiered its fully Integrated ESS (Energy Storage System) Solution and DC Coupled PV & Storage System Solutions. As the Energy Storage (ESS) market continues to grow in the United States, Sungrow leads the industry as it pushes towards a new […]
The clean energy revolution is bringing new sources of generation onto grids around the world, which is fundamentally shifting the way grids operate. However, the intermittent nature of solar and wind generation require flexible grid technologies like demand response and energy storage at a scale. As grid operators and new energy companies innovate in the […]