Category Archives: solar batteries for home

17 Feb
6:53

US solar industry powers ahead as investors back batteries – Financial Times

Solar power is no longer confined to daylight hours. Thanks to a wave of investment, solar farms across the US are increasingly being built with industrial-scale battery packs on site so that noontime surpluses can be stored for release in the evening hours when people come home to switch on […]

5 perspectives on electrification of Curtis Island – pv magazine Australia
16 Feb
8:44

5 perspectives on electrification of Curtis Island – pv magazine Australia

On February 8 Australia’s Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Angus Taylor announced grant funding for three feasibility studies into energy projects for Queensland, with up to $1.5 million allocated for a study into electrification of LNG production on Curtis Island off Gladstone in Queensland. Taylor’s announcement said the […]

The Key to Keeping the Lights On: Artificial Intelligence – The Wall Street Journal
16 Feb
10:37

The Key to Keeping the Lights On: Artificial Intelligence – The Wall Street Journal

After Hurricane Irma tore through South Florida in 2017 and cut power to more than six million people, it took 10 days for Florida Power & Light —the state’s largest electrical utility—to get the lights back on. That was a big improvement from 2005, when recovery from Hurricane Wilma took […]

It’s Halftime At the Virginia General Assembly, and Do We Ever Have a Show! – Blue Virginia
16 Feb
12:35

It’s Halftime At the Virginia General Assembly, and Do We Ever Have a Show! – Blue Virginia

by Ivy Main, cross-posted from Power for the People VA Welcome to “Crossover,” the day on which the Virginia House and Senate have to finish the work on their bills and send them over to the other chamber. This is sudden death time; if a bill didn’t get across the […]

The weekend read: Past the Arctic Circle, one degree at a time – pv magazine International
15 Feb
6:53

The weekend read: Past the Arctic Circle, one degree at a time – pv magazine International

Like English ivy climbing a brick wall, in the past decade PV has silently crept further northward in Europe: from Germany and the Netherlands, to Denmark, then Sweden, and now even Norway and Finland, all the way past the Arctic Circle. Especially for prosumers, solar is proving a popular way […]

Solar Battery Market – Global Industry Share, Growth, Competitive Analysis and Forecast 2020-2024 – Instant Tech News
15 Feb
4:25

Solar Battery Market – Global Industry Share, Growth, Competitive Analysis and Forecast 2020-2024 – Instant Tech News

A fresh market research study titled Global Solar Batteries Market explores several significant facets related to Solar Batteries market covering industry environment, segmentation analysis, and competitive landscape. Realistic concepts of the Solar market are mentioned in a simple and plain manner in this report. A comprehensive and elaborate primary analysis report highlights […]

14 Feb
6:24

Power Line: Sunrun crushing Tesla in solar, and battery breakthroughs – Business Insider – Business Insider

Hello, and welcome to Power Line, a weekly clean-energy newsletter from Business Insider.  Sign up here to get Power Line in your inbox every Friday. Most of our coverage is available exclusively to BI Prime subscribers. If you’re looking for a discount on a subscription to BI Prime, click here.  […]

What happens if you lose power? How a $6000 solar battery could save you – Energy Matters
14 Feb
4:03

What happens if you lose power? How a $6000 solar battery could save you – Energy Matters

Even before the bushfires and recent heavy rain, experts predicted up to 1.3 million homes in Victoria alone would be at risk of power outages this summer. People are increasingly looking for a sense of security and a residential solar battery can deliver it. However, this kind of solution is […]

Battery-plant construction faces delay | News, Sports, Jobs – Youngstown Vindicator
14 Feb
8:24

Battery-plant construction faces delay | News, Sports, Jobs – Youngstown Vindicator

By RON SELAK JR. Staff writer LORDSTOWN — Construction of a $2.3 billion battery-cell plant that was set to start in April may be pushed back to July over timing issues related to state and federal environmental permits, plus working through any matters regarding gas wells on the property. And […]

What’s Next for the Energy Grid – The Wall Street Journal
14 Feb
2:34

What’s Next for the Energy Grid – The Wall Street Journal

Today, the U.S. electric grid connects more than 9,000 electricity producers to millions of consumers through 6 million miles of transmission lines managed by more than 3,000 different private and public organizations. In the coming years, these numbers are set to expand, while the demand for renewable energy grows. To […]

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