Go with the Flow
By Alan Greenshields, Director EMEA | Many strategies and technologies will be required to enable airlines and airport operators to eliminate carbon emissions while maintaining safe and reliable air travel.
By Hugh McDermott, SVP Sales and Business Development | Long-duration energy storage (LDES) will play a critical role in the decarbonized economy as society increasingly relies upon intermittent wind and solar energy generation to provide reliable energy around the clock.
By Hugh McDermott, SVP Sales & Business Development | The Inflation Reduction Act’s (IRA’s) clean energy provisions are transformative for the domestic energy storage industry, delivering significant opportunities for utilities, independent power producers and large C&I energy users who include storage solutions in their energy strategy.
What a Week: ESS Welcomes Energy Secretary and Expands Global Footprint as Landmark Climate Legislation is Enacted
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO| President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and ESS welcomes Energy Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm to our Wilsonville facility.
Yes, Inflation is Real and Higher Interest Rates Are a Short-Term Fix. Clean Energy is the Long-Term Solution
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | Wind and solar energy have declined in cost steadily and substantially since 2009 and are now the lowest cost alternatives for new generation capacity. Low costs are a positive, but an often-overlooked additional benefit is the relative price stability that renewable projects deliver.
By Chris Montgomery, VP of Supply Chain | The good news is that ESS is manufacturing a solution to this challenge and we’re doing it right here in Wilsonville, Oregon, leveraging an American supply chain that creates jobs and delivers value to communities nationwide.
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | There is broad recognition among policy makers, utilities, independent power producers and many others of the need for significant implementation of LDES to meet our decarbonization goals.
California Can Increase Reliability and Control Energy Price Spikes with Long-Duration Energy Storage
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | In California, high energy costs and unreliable electricity have become the norm. Fortunately, new long-duration energy storage (LDES) technologies will soon be able to store large quantities of energy from wind and solar generators.
By Alan Greenshields, Director EMEA | To meet aggressive goals, energy storage must be incorporated as a critical component of any plan. When renewable energy penetrations exceed 25%, storage is required to maintain grid stability and mitigate the intermittency of solar and wind.
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | Achieving true energy independence will require reducing dependence upon fossil fuels controlled or heavily influenced by geopolitical foes. The path to energy independence will require building a zero-carbon, entirely renewable energy grid.
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