Now we know the answer to one of the long-standing mysteries of the clean energy industry.
And it raised another $200 million to get to market.
Thermal storage, compressed air and more novel options are on the table in Chile.
A San Francisco startup with Google software talent is helping rural co-ops and municipal utilities make big gains in renewables and distributed energy — without the high-tech price tag.
Australia’s Horizon Power and partner PXiSE showed they could power a town without generators. The implications for expanding renewable energy are massive.
Subsidiary PowerFlex makes software for EV fleets that enables on-site solar, batteries, energy management and microgrids.
Clean-energy advocates hope the decision will lead to less natural gas in Duke’s future power mix.
A plan to replace the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant with 11.5 GW of zero-carbon capacity — and no natural gas — will test the grid value of renewables and batteries.
The advanced energy storage company already has a working factory, putting it ahead of some recent cleantech SPACs.