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Winter grid resiliency needs long-duration energy storage

Winter Grid Resiliency Needs Long-Duration Energy Storage

By Hugh McDermott | Power outages due to extreme weather are not new. However, our aging grid combined with an increasingly unstable climate have caused power outages related to extreme weather to double over the past 20 years.

Iron flow batteries: an ethical energy storage solution 

Iron Flow Batteries: An Ethical Energy Storage Solution 

By Chris Montgomery, VP Integrated Supply Chain | Much like actual oil, the supply chain for lithium-ion batteries exposes buyers to reputational and economic risks — especially for companies with commitments to ESG and corporate responsibility.

Building clean energy systems on a sustainable foundation 

Building Clean Energy Systems on a Sustainable Foundation 

By: Eric Dresselhuys | In 1970, the first Earth Day was spurred by growing concerns about industrial pollution. In the decades since, increasing carbon emissions and climate change have come to the forefront of political and environmental conversations.

Implications to innovation: svb, energy transition and ess  

Implications to Innovation: SVB, Energy Transition and ESS  

By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | On March 9th, 2023 the energy innovation community was surprised to learn of a rapidly deteriorating situation at Silicon Valley Bank (SVB). By the next morning, news of the bank’s seizure and suspension of banking activities shifted surprise to panic among many of SVB’s clients.

U. S. Power generators grapple with negative pricing. Long-duration energy storage (ldes) can help

U.S. power generators grapple with negative pricing. Long-duration energy storage (LDES) can help

By Hugh McDermott, SVP Sales & Business Development | Today, electricity supply and demand must be perfectly balanced on the grid to ensure that the lights stay on and the system remains stable. Fortunately, new long-duration energy storage (LDES) technologies can address both challenges and allow generators and transmission operators to benefit from variations in LMP to maximize revenue while supporting a balanced grid.

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