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    • October 5, 2015 - 12:00

      Utility and Tech Industry Veterans Join Younicos Board

      In a move that will further drive the transformation of the energy economy, former Vattenfall executive Mats Fagerlund has been appointed to head the supervisory board of energy storage market leader Younicos. In addition, technology industry veteran King R. Lee has been named as an Independent Director. Drawing on their extensive experience and industry networks, Fagerlund and Lee will provide guidance and counsel to the Younicos senior management team, as the industry pioneer continues to scale its deployment of intelligent storage solutions and “energy storage as a service” offering.

    • October 5, 2015 - 10:00

      Enphase Enters Development and Supply Agreement with Eliiy Power

      Enphase Energy has announced in a SEC filing that it has signed a six-year deal for Japan’s Eliiy Power to exclusively supply its battery cell and battery management units for the Enphase AC Battery.

    • October 5, 2015 - 07:22

      Aggregated Energy Storage Has Arrived

      Earlier this month, energy storage developer Stem aggregated a fleet of behind-the-meter (BTM) energy storage systems and successfully bid into the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) real-time energy market as participants in PG&E’s new supply-side pilot. This accomplishment marks the first-ever occurrence of aggregated, customer-sited storage participating in California’s real-time energy market, marking a major milestone in the evolution of distributed energy resources (DERs) and their role in the electricity grid of the future.

    • October 2, 2015 - 16:03

      Royalpark Homes Collaborates With Panasonic to Offer Residential Battery Storage Solution in New Homes

      The residential battery storage system includes Full Solar Photovoltaic Module installation and a compact 10kWh Lithium-ion battery system that is tied together using a hybrid inverter that optimizes energy management and cost performance benefits. This is done by using the inverter to store electricity in the battery storage system during low rate off-peak hours, for use during high rate peak-usage hours. By discharging electricity during the peak-usage hours, Royalpark customers will minimize the amount of energy needed from the electric utility grid as it combines with the electricity being generated by the solar pv panels at the most expensive time.

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