Solar Media, the publisher of sites including Energy-Storage.News and PV Tech, has just launched the latest edition of the annual Global Energy Storage Opportunity report for this year - available now as a free download.
You can get it from the ‘Resources’ page on the Energy-Storage.News site or from the section hosting 'White papers' here on PV Tech, where you’ll be asked to fill in a few simple details. This year, the report covers regions, technologies, projects and energy storage applications all over the world, with an emphasis on solutions delivered at scale, on a commercially viable basis.
From Virgin Hyperloop One’s efforts to create high speed sustainable transport in the Middle East, policy and regulatory frameworks pushing the sector forward in leading North American regions New York, Ontario and California, a look at Japan’s de-regulated energy sector, how lithium is taking hold in Africa’s off-grid solar sector, initiatives across the European Union, solar-plus-storage in India, analysis of the UK’s fast-growing market and much, much more, there is something for everyone in our 42-page special report.
The Global Energy Storage Opportunity 2018 comes from the editorial team at Solar Media, with contributions from experts and industry players including the China Energy Storage Alliance (CNESA), California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA), Strategen Consulting, Delta EE, Virgin Hyperloop One, Offgrid Electric, Powerhive and the European Association for the Storage of Energy (EASE). We’d like to thank all our contributors and sponsors and we hope you will both enjoy the report and find it informative.
Get your FREE copy of the Global Energy Storage Opportunity 2018 from the 'White papers' section of this site, here.
Solar Media’s Energy Storage Summit Americas has arrived in Fort Lauderdale to provide a platform for this next step in renewable energy industry. The energy storage market and development brings as many challenges as it does advancements, with a myriad of technologies, capacities, functions, and lifespans. With most projects still in development and technologies with sparse track records, knowledge in this fledgling industry is invaluable. Investors, utilities, consumers, and all renewable energy participants have to not only understand the market, but be able comfortable enough to make the right investment in energy storage to not be left behind the curve. Our event is the platform for companies to bridge the gap between “future energy storage plans” and “installed energy storage”. Join us to discuss the latest news on standardization, comparing battery technologies, financing projects in different markets, resilient microgrids, and storage use for emergency response and aid, among many others. We will not only to educate and familiarize attendees on the capabilities and benefits of energy storage, but make the connections, and introductions, to accelerate energy storage development in North, Central, and South America.