Archive for year: 2015
|Say Hello to the Grid
July 21, 2015 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
Whether we like it or not, the power system remains a black box to most people.
|The Lessons Coal and Electricity Markets of the Past Can Offer Solar+Storage Markets Today
July 20, 2015 by Lewis Milford
The path to scaling up clean energy technologies like solar+storage sometimes can seem like unchartered territory.
|Energy Storage Savings – Coming Soon to a Utility Rate Near You
July 9, 2015 by Seth Mullendore
Forget energy storage as the technology of the future, for many utility customers the time for storage is already here.
|Opportunities and Challenges for Solar+Storage Markets
July 8, 2015 by Sarah Galbraith
Solar power plus storage is a technology marriage that can work and is working already.
|Is Solar+Storage Worth it in Hawaii? Yes, and in California and Pennsylvania and Virginia…
June 25, 2015 by Seth Mullendore
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) recently enlisted Clean Power Research (CPR) to create a methodology for valuing customer-sited behind-the-meter solar+storage systems in the state of Hawaii.
|Shining a Light on Emerging Resilient Power Movement
June 19, 2015 by Samantha Donalds
A new, first-of-its-kind report from Clean Energy Group tells the story of the early years of the resilient power movement…
|The Solar+Storage Innovation You Didn’t Hear About
June 11, 2015 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
There’s so much going on in the world of resilient power right now, it’s hard to keep up…
|Offshore Wind Targets: the Missing Carrot?
June 11, 2015 by Val Stori
Offshore wind advocates and industry were dealt a discouraging setback when news of Cape Wind’s terminated utility contracts hit the press.
|Oregon is Poised to Fund Energy Storage
June 4, 2015 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
In May, the Oregon Department of Energy announced its upcoming solicitation for an energy storage demonstration project.
|Energy Storage Comes of Age in New York
May 18, 2015 by Todd Olinsky-Paul
This month, NYSERDA announced $450,525,000 in new funding for commercial/industrial scale solar PV systems between 200 kW and 2 MW capacity.