Another California City Drops Gas Peaker In Favor of Clean Portfolio

Glendale’s municipal utility quickly got comfortable with big batteries, distributed energy, efficiency and a few reciprocating engines. The Southern [...]

The United States is Headed for a Battery Breakthrough

A new report by the Energy Information Administration projects U.S. installed battery storage capacity will reach 2.5 GW by [...]

South Australia Gives 500 Mw Solar Farm Plus 250 Mw Battery Plan the Go-Ahead

One of Australia’s largest utility scale solar arrays – and thebiggest energy storage facility – has secured approval. A massive [...]

World’s Largest Renewable Energy Storage Project Announced in Utah

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) and Magnum Development today joined The Honorable Gary Herbert, Governor of Utah, to announce [...]

Storage ITC Bill Gains Key Industry Backers

“Clarifying eligibility of the ITC for energy storage will create a level playing field across electric grid technologies, improve [...]

California Passes Bill to Extend $800M in Incentives for Behind-the-Meter Batteries

SB 700 would extend the Self-Generation Incentive Program by about $166 million per year through 2023. There are still [...]

Mass. Lawmakers Set Storage Target, Raise RPS, Overturn Rooftop Solar Demand Charge

It was a big day for distributed energy. But the solar industry didn’t get everything that it wanted. The [...]

Energy Storage Gets Its Day in Congress

The House Energy and Commerce Committee invited experts to testify on what federal storage policy should look like. Energy [...]

No Longer a Novelty, Clean Energy Technologies Boom All Across the US

A new report documents the democratization of renewables, energy storage and electric vehicles in America. It was 1997, and [...]

Arizona Regulator Seeks Efficient Path for 80% Clean Energy Rule

Arizona regulator Andy Tobin has filed a set of proposed rules that would implement his Arizona Energy Modernization Plan to put utilities on [...]