Aquion Energy, Schneider Electric, EIWAT Solar and RE-ENERGY Partner with Kyushu Electric Power Company to Construct "EIWAT STORAGE I" 122kW Solar and Storage System

by Aquion Team Member on February 27, 2017 at 3:48 PM

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Kagoshima Prefecture-based project is scheduled for installation in Q3 2017 as part of Japan's popular Excess Energy Purchasing Scheme and Feed-in Tariff

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How Energy Storage Can Mitigate the Impending Overgeneration Problem

by Tom Feiler on February 27, 2014 at 1:03 PM

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Storage Week conference in Santa Clara, CA.  The conference had some excellent presentations focusing on energy storage applications. One topic that came up stood out to me in particular -- a study by consulting firm E3 looking at the concerns with overgeneration.

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Making the Grid Smarter with Smart Energy Storage: Part 2

by Jonathan Matusky on June 18, 2012 at 11:36 AM

Last week, we discussed how a smart grid relies on better coordinating electricity supply and demand to create a system that is efficient, inexpensive, and based on renewable energy sources. We also talked about several components of the smart grid, including self-healing, flexible distribution, load adjustment, load shifting, and how energy storage plays a role in each.

For the past hundred years, electricity has been consumed the moment it is created. Storage can change this and allow for better coordination between energy supply and demand.

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Making the Grid Smarter with Smart Energy Storage: Part 1

by Jonathan Matusky on June 7, 2012 at 4:35 PM

There’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes to get electricity from where it is produced to where it is consumed. There’s an entire network of energy producers, distributors, traders, monitors, and regulators making sure the grid runs smoothly. So why the big push to make the grid smarter? Is our grid really so dumb to begin with?

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