Tag: new energy

New energy may refer to “new” (or “suppressed”) forms of energy like alternative energy, free energy, renewable energy, etc. New energy include biofuel energy, wind power, nuclear power, distributed energy, solar energy, etc.

Green Infrastructure Investments Provide Long-Term Returns

Green Infrastructure Investments Provide Long-Term Returns

The benefits of green infrastructure are documented. However, despite the trendiness of the issue, green projects are still not always easy to fund. One of the early backers of these projects was the government. Federal tax incentive programs are the government’s way of encouraging green infrastructure by attracting financing for

NY’s Storage Industry’s Annual Global Revenues Grew 50%, to $906 Million Between 2012 and 2015, Projected Increase to $8.7 Billion by 2030

NY’s Storage Industry’s Annual Global Revenues Grew 50%, to $906 Million Between 2012 and 2015, Projected Increase to $8.7 Billion by 2030

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced today that jobs in the State’s energy storage sector grew to approximately 3,900 – a 30 percent increase from 2012 through 2015, according to a recently completed report. New York’s commitment to clean energy, including its nation-leading energy goals,

27th Annual Energy Storage Association Conference and Expo

27th Annual Energy Storage Association Conference and Expo

Registration is Now Open for #ESACon17!

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for ESA’s 27th Annual Conference and Expo held April 18-20, 2017 in Denver, CO. Join more than 2,000 attendees at the largest conference dedicated to energy storage in the world.

• More than 850

NAATBatt Workshop on Advanced Battery Recycling

Recycling High Voltage Automotive and Stationary Energy Storage Batteries

According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, by 2025 more than 95 GWh of batteries will have been extracted from superannuated EV’s. This waste stream of potentially hazardous but also potentially valuable energy materials, such as cobalt, nickel, lithium and reformulated cathode materials,

Embracing Change

Embracing Change

Singer, songwriter, and recent Nobel Prize laureate Bob Dylan is known for his poetic and visionary lyrics. These seem particularly prophetic, especially amid the transformations currently taking place in the energy industry. In fact, they resonate with striking relevance and clarity as America’s energy providers begin to embrace change.

SEPA Lays Out Blueprints to Utility-Solar Industry Collaboration at SPI

LAS VEGAS — As Solar Power International (SPI) opens here with a focus on collaboration and innovation, the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) is releasing a new report aimed at providing utilities and distributed technology organizations with plans for working together on new energy market structures.

“Blueprints for Energy Market Reform:

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