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Younicos to design 49 MW battery solution to UK’s largest storage project

The Berlin-based battery and software specialist has been selected by British energy firm Centrica to design and supply a 49 MW lithium-ion system located at a former gas and coal power plant in northern England.

Morocco concludes 170 MW PV tender, new solar+storage tender under way

Masen, Morocco’s public agency for renewable energies, has provided to pv magazine details of the country’s latest solar PV developments. This is exciting news that will result in Morocco adding hundreds of new solar PV installations in the coming years.

South Australia-made silicon energy storage system “ready to close grid gap”

A South Australian company behind a silicon based thermal energy storage system has created and successfully tested a full prototype of its technology, which it says is ready for commercialisation after a decade is the making.

NEXTracker unveils tracker plus storage solution

The first such product of its type, the NX Fusion Plus comprises a solar tracker, battery and inverter designed to increase energy output and performance duration of solar power plants.

All-time high in US storage investment in Q3, finds GTM report

Disclosed venture funding and project finance of energy storage projects in the U.S. in the third quarter reached $660 million, although actual deployments contracted slightly, says GTM Research.

Enphase offloads residential O&M arm to SunSystem Technology

The U.S. microinverter specialist confirms that SunSystem Technology will act as the company’s primary residential O&M service provider after selling its O&M field service division Next Phase Solar.

Amsterdam ArenA to receive 4 MWH storage system built with repurposed EV batteries

Storage system to be developed by The Mobility House and Eaton using 280 used Nissan LEAF batteries stored in racks; will eventually replace diesel generators used for back-up power during major events.

Frost & Sullivan: Falling costs, tech advances are creating new opportunities for microgrids

The consulting firm says that price reductions in both distributed PV and battery technology are making microgrids more bankable, as are improved control and management systems.

Major car manufacturers collaborating on high-power EV charging network in Europe

Car manufacturers, BMW, Daimler, Ford and Volkswagen, are joining forces to deploy an ultra-fast, high-power charging network for battery electric vehicles (BEV) across Europe’s major highways, to create the infrastructure necessary for mass-market BEV adoption.

Autumn Statement: UK increases funding to EVs, solar again left in shade

The UK’s Chancellor announced yesterday extra funding to electric vehicles (EVs), but overall failed to convince that the government has a low-carbon growth plan that includes solar.

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