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Energy Storage News Roundup: 2019 Industry Predictions and More

Energy Storage News Roundup: 2019 Industry Predictions and More

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A roundup of recent energy storage news items for our readers

What’s in store for storage in 2019

What’s in store for storage in 2019

Energy Storage News provides 2019 predictions, including competition between energy storage and natural gas, further growth of behind-the-meter energy storage deployments, high commercial electricity costs, and corporate decarbonization goals. Visit here for the full 2019 outlook.
North Sea rocks could warehouse renewable energy

North Sea rocks could warehouse renewable energy

Yes, you read right. Rocks in the seabed off the coast of the United Kingdom could provide long-term storage for renewable energy. Science Daily provides a summary of new research from the University of Edinburgh on compressed air energy storage.
Resilience models for the electric industry

Resilience models for the electric industry

The U.S. Department of Energy is focused on developing various reliability and resilience measures to help monitor long-term grid resiliency, identify opportunities to invest in infrastructure and mitigate the risks that go along with energy systems interdependencies. Read more at T&D World.  
A holistic approach to sustainability

A holistic approach to sustainability

SMUD, a California utility, is taking a "holistic approach to sustainability” by addressing the social, economic and environmental needs of its region by establishing ambitious greenhouse-gas reduction goals and pursuing electrification of buildings and transportation. The utility is also leading the way in making time-of-day rates standard for its customers. Learn more about California’s power mix goals here.

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