FuelCell Energy, Inc., has announced a relaunch of the sub-MW distributed generation solution to the European Market with the SureSource 250 and SureSource 400 fuel cell systems.
A new report form Reportlinker has given information about emerging opportunities in grid-scale energy storage.
Attis Industries, Inc., a technology holding company with a production asset in Fulton, New York, that produces corn-based ethanol, has announced that it has joined the Advanced Biofuels Association.
US Energy Information Administration’s annual Electric Generator Report predicts big growth in utility-scale battery storage power capacity.
By 2050, National Grid predicts that 35 million electric cars will supply the UK with energy when needed, The Guardian reports.
Sumitomo Corporation Group has announced its investment in LO3 Energy, a US-based developer and operator of blockchain-powered peer-to-peer (P2P) energy platforms.
Anesco has completed work on a 20 MW battery storage project in the North West of the UK, taking the company’s storage portfolio to 147 MW.
Forbes has reported that renewable energy sources have surpassed coal for the first time in the US since the inception of the US electrical power system in the nation’s monthly electricity generation mix.
The National Trust is set to sell all of its £1 billion fossil fuel assets, saying it no longer wants to be invested in companies that are not contributing to the effort to tackle climate change.
Boston Properties, Inc. and Stem, Inc. have commenced operation of the largest indoor energy storage system in the US, at the Colorado Centre in downtown Santa Monica.
Uper Energy has won the ‘Best Solar Operations and Maintenance of the Year’ award at Global Solar and Energy Storage Congress & Expo in South Korea.
E.ON says there is no extra cost to its customers as energy suppliers face growing pressure to go fully green, Sky News reports
AES Alamitos, a subsidiary of The AES Corporation, has announced the groundbreaking of a 400 MWh battery-based energy storage system for Alamitos Energy Center.
New research shows that carbon dioxide emissions can be captured and securely stored beneath deep-seated and impermeable underground rocks.