AQUION ENERGY IN THE NEWS
This month, we were mentioned in a number of solar and energy storage publications like Clean Technica, One Step Off the Grid, Renewable Energy World, and more. Here we've collected our featured awards, projects, and interviews from October.
We had some great blog posts last month, too. If you missed any of these articles, now's the time to give them a read:
- Why Storage? Part 1: Solar Self-Consumption
- Why Our Saltwater Batteries Are Named After Aspen Trees
- Santa Clara Wins for Off-Grid Tiny House with Aquion Batteries
Excellence in Action: Renewable Energy World Announces Finalists, Honorable Mentions for 2016 Project of the Year Awards
Renewable Energy World Editors - October 24, 2016
Our project at Mari's Garden in Hawaii received an Honorable Mention in the Project of the Year Awards! Mari's Garden is an aquaponics farm using a solar + energy storage system with Aquion batteries. Using energy storage help to reduce electricity rates and protect the farming system from power outages.
Joseph Bebon - October 21, 2016
Alpha Omega winery in Napa Valley, California has installed a microgrid system with 580kwh of energy storage, featuring our saltwater batteries. The microgrid has already reduced the winery's utility bill from $15,000 to $1,000.
Matt Maroon, VP of Product at Aquion Energy - October 10, 2016
Aquion's Matt Maroon makes the case for safe and sustainable energy storage systems for microgrids and nanogrids, featuring some of our projects.
Lauren Shanesy - October 10, 2016
BuildingGreen named Aquion as one of their top products for 2017. Builder reviews the seven of these products that will have the most powerful impact.