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The US DoE has developed and published a new model to simplify and accelerate the deployment of grid-interactive buildings.
With declining technology costs and increasing renewable deployment, energy storage is poised to be a valuable resource on future power grids.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has developed a simple sensor system to prevent dangerous conditions from developing in outdoor battery cabinets.
The DoE's Better Buildings Initiative has helped save $13.5bn in energy costs for nearly 1,000 businesses and government agencies in 2020.
The DOE has launched an initiative to enhance the cybersecurity of electric utilities’ industrial control systems and secure the energy sector supply chain.
Vistra, solutions firm Malta and the Southwest Research Institute have secured a Department of Energy (DoE) grant to study how thermal energy storage systems can be used to optimise the performance of natural gas-powered power plants.
Announced by the Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, the goal includes the US installing up to 30 GW of offshore wind energy capacity by 2030.
The US DoE has awarded EPRI with a $2m contract to investigate consumer decisions around co-adoption of solar, storage and electric vehicles.
The $75 million Grid Storage Launchpad will be located at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory on its main campus in Richland, Washington.
The startups are working to further develop and commercialise innovative clean energy technologies.