Energy Storage Articles

  • GridShare rollout for ITOCHU Smart Star batteries - Case study

    ITOCHU, a leading Japanese trading house with business interests and holdings worldwide, partnered with Moixa in order to deploy their own SmartStar Energy Storage System hardware to customers in tandem with Moixa’s GridShare Client service. SmartStar is an advanced 10kWh storage system that also provides whole-home backup services in case of power cuts or disaster scenarios – ...


    By Moixa Energy Holdings Ltd.

  • Moixa appointed by National Energy Action - Case study

    In 2016, Moixa was appointed by National Energy Action and three London boroughs to help develop an innovative solution to alleviate fuel poverty. ...


    By Moixa Energy Holdings Ltd.

  • 3 Facts About the Use of Solar Power You May Not Know

    We understand that it’s difficult to justify costs for new solar panel lighting, especially if project managers and check signers are rooted heavily in traditional lighting methods that have been cost-effective for years. It can be a little scary making the leap from one method towards another when the return on investment ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • The Path to a Vehicle-to-Grid Future

    Is a vehicle-to-grid future possible, where bidirectional chargers allow electricity to flow from electric vehicles back to the grid during peak demand? Given the current state of electric vehicle (EV) technology, coupled with existing pilot projects, we believe it’s more suitable to ask: what useful vehicle-to-grid applications can we implement today, and what valuable benefits await to be ...

  • Off-Grid Solar Systems – Self Sustainable Solar Energy

    Newer, more efficient solar panels and inverters have been in the news recently, but advancements in solar technology aren’t limited to standard equipment. Energy storage is also moving closer to mass-market adoption, and more installers are offering solar batteries and solar panel battery banks (a.k.a. solar-plus-storage) as an option for homeowners. Solar-plus-storage systems include a ...


    By GreenBrilliance

  • Solar Basics: Roof-Mounted Vs. Ground-Mounted

    When a business goes solar, one major decision is the type of system that is best for the site: roof-mounted or ground-mounted? In this blog, we will break down some of the major distinctions and discuss when one type would be better suited for certain sites. What Is a Roof-Mounted System? In a rooftop solar system, photovoltaic panels are mounted on the roof of a building, as the ...


    By EnterSolar

  • How to Choose The Best Back-Up Power: Generators, Batteries and SimpliPhi Power

    If you want to buy back-up power to avoid blackouts caused by extreme weather or grid outages, it helps to consider value, reliability, safety, and your usage ...


    By Simpliphi Power, Inc.

  • Renewable Energy Storage Tax & Incentive Bill to Speed Up The Development of Storage Technology

    In Colorado, renewable energy now accounts for nearly 25 percent of the net power generation. The next level of growth in the renewable energy industry is set to come from innovations in energy storage technology. House Skips New Tax ...


    By CleanEnergyAuthority.com

  • Why do UPS capacitors fail and require replacing?

    Read this free whitepaper to find out more about UPS capacitors Capacitors are an integral part in any UPS system, smoothing, filtering and storing energy. But they are also amongst the components in an uninterruptible power supply that are most likely to fail (along with batteries). We’ve put together an informative whitepaper that looks at UPS capacitors in ...


    By Riello UPS Spa

  • 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to the fathers of the fossil-free era

    This years’ Nobel Prizes have just been awarded and the chemistry prize recognizes the three men who developed the lithium-ion battery. It’s a technology that’s taken for granted by many of us, but this rechargeable, powerful, compact and lightweight battery has made the technology we take for granted possible. It’s why mobile phones are so lightweight and why you can use ...

  • Chile CSP developer predicts world’s lowest price in June

    The Cerro Dominador group is working with strong construction partners on its Likana CSP project to cut costs and beat gas plant prices, buoyed by progress at its first plant in Chile, Fernando Gonzalez, CEO of Cerro Dominador, told the CSP Madrid 2019 conference. As developer Cerro Dominador nears completion of Latin America's first CSP plant in Chile, the company is ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Mitsubishi group to buy Dutch green energy supplier; European renewables fund raises 857 million euros

    Mitsubishi-led group to buy Dutch renewable energy supplier A Japanese consortium led by Mitsubishi Corporation is set to buy Dutch renewable energy supplier Eneco for a total equity value of 4.1 billion euros ($4.6 billion) after agreeing terms with Eneco's main shareholders, the companies said November 25. The 'Diamond Chubu' consortium, which is owned by Mitsubishi ...


    By New Energy Update

  • Winter is Coming – Be Ready with Backup Power Supply Alternatives

    With winter coming, resilience reaches top of mind. Snowstorms, blizzards, freezing cold fronts, gusting winds – the trends show that each year winter brings increasingly frequent and severe weather conditions. To be best prepared for winter weather-related emergencies and disasters that threaten to disrupt routine operations, forward-thinking businesses invest in emergency ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • When Communications Africa focuses on energy provision for telecom towers, GenCell offers attractive alternatives

    In case you missed it, we encourage you to read the interview with GenCell CEO Rami Reshef in the April edition of Communications Africa. When asked about the role of fuel cells in the very competitive African energy landscape, Mr. Reshef responds, “Fuel cells are playing an integral role in energy generation and storage in Africa, both for rural electrification and for applications in ...


    By GenCell Ltd

  • UPS

    The function of the supercapacitor ups is often determined in the first few seconds to a few minutes after the power failure or the instantaneous collapse of the grid voltage. The battery needs to provide power during this period. The shortcomings of the battery itself need regular maintenance and short life, so that the UPS is ...

  • Solar Energy

    The use of solar energy sources ultimately comes down to two aspects of solar energy utilization and solar energy utilization. Solar power generation is divided into photovoltaic power generation and solar thermal power generation, in which photovoltaic power generation uses photovoltaic cells to directly convert solar energy into electrical energy. Photovoltaic power generation is far stronger ...


    By Duch Group

  • Solar Energy

    The use of solar energy sources ultimately comes down to two aspects of solar energy utilization and solar energy utilization. Solar power generation is divided into photovoltaic power generation and solar thermal power generation, in which photovoltaic power generation uses photovoltaic cells to directly convert solar energy into electrical energy. Photovoltaic power generation is far stronger ...

  • UPS

    The function of the supercapacitor ups is often determined in the first few seconds to a few minutes after the power failure or the instantaneous collapse of the grid voltage. The battery needs to provide power during this period. The shortcomings ...

  • PV plant costs fall 7% to threaten coal units; US court temporarily halts bifacial tariffs

    Falling solar, wind costs pressure US coal, nuclear fundamentals Average costs for utility-scale solar plants have fallen by around 7% in the last 12 months, increasing the competitiveness of solar facilities against existing conventional U.S. plants, Lazard consultancy said in its 'Levelized Cost of Energy Analysis Version 13.0' report, published November 7. ...


    By New Energy Update

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