Energy, Innovations, renewable, Renewable trends

Australians love batteries. The market tripled in 2017, to 20,000 installations

A new report from the Climate Council finds the market for household batteries tripled in 2017, with more than 20,000 new installations. The year before, just 6750 households put in batteries. The council expects the storage boom to continue as prices drop. The cost of lithium-ion batteries has fallen by 80 per cent over the… Continue reading Australians love batteries. The market tripled in 2017, to 20,000 installations

Energy, Innovations, International Energy News, jobs, renewable, Renewable trends, South Australia Renewables, Wind Energy

Because “Storage of renewable energy is the future”, Australia wants to lead the world in the development of storage technology

"Storage has always been a key component of an electricity system and pumped hydro allows renewable electricity to be stored and used when required, without introducing carbon into the equation." That is what Deion Campbell, the CEO of Tilt Renewables, said. Tilt Renewables is a leading developer, owner and manager of renewable energy generation assets (in) Australia and… Continue reading Because “Storage of renewable energy is the future”, Australia wants to lead the world in the development of storage technology

Energy, Energy Storage, renewable, Renewable trends, Solar, Solar Energy, US Solar Industry, US Wind Energy

Energy storage: A “front page news” market worth $4 billion in 2-3 years

Energy storage, not only  improves the way we generate electricity, and helps during power outages,  but also, it can balance the power supply and demand immediately. Traditionally, in order for utilities to handle any extra (peak) load, or outage, they have to start extra facility which  of course costs utility companies lots of money. By… Continue reading Energy storage: A “front page news” market worth $4 billion in 2-3 years