A new report by the UK’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers states government and industry should boost investment in technology to promote the use of hydrogen as a way of storing energy.
Researchers at Stanford University in California have developed a water-based battery that has the potential to provide a cheap way to store wind and solar energy.
Siemens Gamesa has been awarded an EPC contract to build a 194 MW wind farm in Australia that will incorporate a battery energy storage system alongside its 56 SG 3.4-132 turbines.
California-headquartered Primus Power has provided an EnergyPod 2 to Etechwin for use at its Beijing campus. Etechwin is the microgrid subsidiary of Goldwind, a wind turbine manufacturer.
The state of Colorado has granted electricity users the right to store energy without being subjected to compounded rates for power or unfair barriers in connecting to the grid.