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nventor Yi Cui doesn't just talk about how next-generation batteries will tranform the way we live. He talks on a phone that actually uses one of those next-generation batteries.

Cui, an associate profes...

Ground was broken on what is soon to be the largest battery factory in the whole of Europe, in Karlstejn-Großwelzheim (Karlstein), Germany.

Occasionally referred to as a “German Gigafactory,” the Batterien-Montage-Zentrums (BMZ) facility is currently expected to ...

The utilities want to embrace change. The hard part is figuring out how to go about it

In presentations and interviews with Greentech Media at DistribuTECH 2015,

Energy storage is likely to be worth “tens of billion dollars in the next five to 10 years” across a number of global regions, according to executives at solar microinverter firm Enphase.

Paul Nahi, president and chief executive of Enphase said in his company’s q...

Private sector project developers in India’s rapidly growing renewable energy would be happy to have the backing of the country’s largest bank as they get ready to participate in cut-throat competitive bidding.

The State Bank of India (SBI) has 

Next-Generation Battery Provides Extreme Weather Capabilities

Interest grows in combining storage technologies to serve different applications.

European energy storage players are taking a leading role in developing hybrid systems that can cover several applications at once, improving investment returns....

Operational arrangement to provide frequency regulation to ISOs across the United States

Alevo Group, a leading Energy Storage Provider, today announced that it has signed a joint operational agreement with Customized Energy Solutions (CES), a leading energ...

LG Chem will provide batteries to the largest commercial ESS business in Japan where the secondary battery technology was originated. As LG Chem announced on the 15th, it has received an order from the Green Power Development Corporation (GPD) of Japan for lithium-ion secondar...

Flow batteries for forklifts, new proton exchange membranes and sodium-ion cathode structures, and other potential breakthroughs

The Department of Energy’s