Honeywell Process Solutions has announced plans to install about 124 MWh of its battery energy storage systems alongside 140 MW of solar at six sites to help the US Virgin Islands cover 30% of its electricity needs.
Solar capacity has rapidly grown in the United States, while manufacturing costs have fallen, prompting the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) to predict that PV will generate 14% more electricity than hydroelectric facilities in 2024.
Jurchen Technology and Blue Circle Energy have decided to develop a 60 MW portfolio of community solar gardens, distributed across 50 sites.
Sodium-ion energy storage system manufacturer, Peak Energy, is working to streamline what it believes is the biggest bottleneck to scaling enough battery energy storage systems to accommodate 80% renewable energy generation and 100% carbon-free electricity in the United States by 2035.
NorSun recently raised $8.5 million of new equity to further develop clean energy manufacturing projects in the United States, including a 5 GW ingot and wafer factory.
Four demonstration projects have secured funding to test and scale up different long-duration energy storage proposals.
The Office of the New York State Comptroller (NYSOSC) says that streamlining three parallel processes could ensure a carbon-free grid by 2040.
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