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The Duck Curve – the duck hunting season we want to have

December 7, 2016 10:15 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by GSES The power blackout in South Australia in September 2016 produced numerous ‘experts’ to analyse the causes of this event. The Australian press, politicians, shock-jocks and the public all had their particular slant to apply when assessing why this catastrophic failure occurred. GSES thought it opportune to provide…

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Urth Energy gives access to NEM spot price for home battery systems

November 21, 2016 9:54 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Urth Energy Newcastle-based electricity retailer Urth Energy has introduced a plan that allows residential solar & battery storage systems to receive the wholesale spot market price for their energy exports to the grid. The package, called Urth Trader, provides a new money-saving opportunity for grid-connected solar homes, and…

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Planning for Tomorrow’s Inter-Grid

October 24, 2016 11:22 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Mary Hendriks, Industry Executive, Australian Energy Storage Alliance With the recent South Australian blackouts driving the debate, the managers, regulators and advocates of change for our energy systems are now stepping up to find solutions for security of energy supply for consumers, business and industry, and for our…

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Battery Systems to be Installed in Bruny Island Trial

August 22, 2016 11:45 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Evan Franklin, ANU –  ReNew Magazine, Issue 136 Optimal ways to deploy batteries To date, the different services that battery systems can offer have largely been viewed separately and independently—homeowners install batteries for time-shifting and self- consumption only, while utilities install them for a specific network or power system purpose (South Korea for example…

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Clay Collier, Co-Founder, Kisensum

July 25, 2016 5:15 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Clay Collier is serial entrepenur and Co-Founder of Kisensum, a Californian start-up software company dedicated to enabling the integration of energy storage to the grid. Their project at Los Angeles Air Force Base uses software that enables them to integrate energy storage, both mobile (EV’s) and stationary to support the…

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Environmental to Economic

June 23, 2016 10:43 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Vincent Algar, AVL VSUN Historically, the fight for the adoption of renewable energy has been driven by environmentalists. The threat of climate change and concerns about the long term supplies of fuel such as oil and coal have tended to be the concern of the political left-wing. The…

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Am I comparing Apples or Oranges? How to understand the Different Ways to Configure Battery Storage Solution Products for best outcomes?

June 22, 2016 3:58 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by GSES The renewables market is currently being flooded with energy storage products to meet the increasing demand and hype for this technology. All of these products present a similar, well-scripted value proposition and all offer to deliver similar functionality. As a result, this rapid rush to market of…

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What’s really driving battery storage ?

June 22, 2016 2:34 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Nigel Morris, CEO, RoofJuice Australia Battery storage for solar is increasingly our obsession. To be clear, we are taking a slow and steady approach to the supply and installation of battery products for very sound reasons. Why? Here’s the three main reasons behind our approach. Complex gets complex-ier…

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Vehicle to Grid – are we there yet?

May 26, 2016 1:25 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article written by Ryan Lipkin, Business Development Manager, Kisensum In 2016 the economics of solar and wind electricity generation have never been better, given lower equipment costs and surging demand. To most this is a great phenomenon, but for utilities and transmission authorities distributed energy resources (DERs) create an interesting…

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Energy Storage Projects: a global overview of trends and developments

May 26, 2016 1:13 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Article by Simon Currie and Matthijs van Leeuwen ,  Norton Rose Fulbright This article first appeared in the April 2016 issue of Project Finance International Introduction The electricity systems we have developed over the last century are now facing an urgent need for redesign. The increasing share of intermittent renewable energy sources…

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