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IBM Launches Swiss Renewable Energy Smart-Grid Pilot

IBM, working with Swiss companies, says it has started a renewable energy smart-grid pilot project in Switzerland. The project, called FlexLast, will use refrigerated warehouses as a buffer to help balance fluctuations of the availability of sun and wind energy on the energy grid. It’s a collaboration between IMB and ... Read more »

Microgrids ‘Will More Than Quintuple’ by 2018, Pike Research Says

The total worldwide capacity of distributed generation contained in microgrids will more than quintuple over the next six years, growing from 764 MW in 2012 to about 4,000 MW in 2018, valued at more than $12.7 billion in vendor revenues, according to a Pike Research report. Microgrids — including generation ... Read more »

NREL Demonstrates Vehicle to Grid Success with Ideal Power Converters

The US Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory has successfully demonstrated vehicle to grid (V2G) capabilities using Ideal Power Converters’ bi-directional battery converter, according to the company. IPC says the demonstration proves both the product’s technical capability and its economic viability. NREL successfully integrated and used the new global ... Read more »

Barclay Tower Becomes World’s First Intelligent Energy Storage Powered High Rise

Glenwood Management says Manhattan’s first battery-based, intelligent energy storage system providing stored energy capacity to a New York City high rise is now in operation at its flagship property, Barclay Tower, a 58-story luxury residential high rise located at 10 Barclay Street. The energy storage system, designed by Demand Energy Network, provides 225 ... Read more »


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