Utility and subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy aims to add 6.3GW of PV and 2.8GW of batteries by 2038, with storage part of ‘low-cost’ calculations for the first time.
Energy-Storage.news editor Andy Colthorpe decodes the key takeaways of the Salt Lake City show after a week where tomorrow's storage and solar took centre stage.
The equity transfer comes weeks after Meralco launched a 2MW/2MWh battery electric storage system 50km north of Manila that will work to stabilise energy from a 3.8MW solar farm.
East Bay Community Energy approves deals to buy 225MW of clean energy and 80MW / 160MWh of energy storage, with PV tariffs coming in at US$22/MWh.
Country part of Latin America’s lithium triangle will tap into sizeable reserves of sought-after metal to create industrial ecosystem, top official says at PV plant launch.
Paris and Amsterdam pledge combined US$100m to back Sub-Saharan African solar while London sets aside US$250m for CIF's energy storage scheme.
European Investment Bank mulls shifting lending to batteries and market-based clean energy projects as part of policy reboot to help EU lead fight against climate change.
Italia Solare session warns proactive embrace of batteries will be needed to improve tough economics of ground-mounted PV, blighted by land restrictions and cannibalisation.
Utility files proposals with the Missouri Public Service Commission (MoPSC) for three power plants it will invest around US$68 million to deploy.
Paper by Finland’s LUT and others latest to predict bright future for hybrids, amid claims that today’s grid parity in Spain and Italy will extend to Germany and Finland by 2025.
Government solar agency SECI launches 1.2GW tender pairing PV and wind with batteries and other technologies able to dispatch power at least six hours a day.
Firm’s subsidiary inks PPA with farmer power cooperative for Skeleton Creek project, billed as the largest triple hybrid of its kind to see the light in the US.
PV hybrid costs of US$0.20/kWh by 2030 would help install enough mini-grids to power half a billion people and close energy access gaps, says new report.
Japanese group is setting up pilot production line in Osaka to manufacture semi-solid lithium-ion battery cells for US start-up.
Utility turns to Quinbrook, Arevia, 8minute, EDF to deploy 1.2GW of PV and 590MW of batteries across three projects, with plans to bring all online by 2023.