Go with the Flow
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | As 2023 draws to a close, it is shaping up to be the warmest year on record complete with, now routine, climate disasters including unprecedented wildfires in Canada and extreme atmospheric rivers which buried California with 237% of normal snowpack and led to significant flooding, underscoring the urgency of the climate crisis.
By Vince Canino, COO | At our manufacturing facility in Wilsonville, Oregon, we are hard at work implementing advanced automation technologies and leveraging Lean manufacturing principles to accelerate production and ensure quality
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.
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | Last week, I joined energy industry leaders in Austin, Texas for the 10th Energy Thought Summit (ETS).
ESS’ Commitment to Providing the Safest Long-duration Energy Storage Systems Accelerates the Energy Transition
By Hugh McDermott, SVP Sales & Business Development | New technologies, such as the iron flow batteries manufactured by ESS, are available today and provide cost-effective LDES without the safety and operational concerns associated with other technologies.
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.
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.
Reflections from ISNA/ESNA 2023: Long-duration energy storage can drive California’s continued clean energy leadership
The Golden State faces new hurdles as a changing climate strains outdated energy infrastructure. Aging power lines have started multiple devastating wildfires in recent years and on top of wildfire risk, heat waves, combined with the changing energy generation mix, are increasingly leading to threats of brownouts and blackouts.
Delivering Opportunity: How New Industries Will Power Local Economies and the Clean Energy Transition
By Eric Dresselhuys, CEO | The International Energy Agency recently declared that “The world is entering a new age of clean technology manufacturing, and countries’ industrial strategies will be key to success.”
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.
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