Monday, December 1, 2014

Pushing Solar Energy Storage Solutions

US Navy Pushes Solar Energy Storage Solution
December 1st, 2014 - We just got wind of a major new oil industry campaign to tear down California’s clean energy rules, but we’re thinking these guys are going to be outflanked by the shockingly rapid growth of the energy storage sector. Case in point: the Navy Mobile Utilities Support Equipment facility in Port Hueneme, California, is hosting a new cutting edge smart microgrid project that can go into “island mode” using only solar power, thanks to vanadium flow batteries for solar energy storage.

If you’re new to the topic, it may come as somewhat of a shock to see Navy and solar energy in the same sentence. However, recall the Navy’s leadership transition from wind power to coal, oil, and nuclear energy, and you can see how this particular branch of the armed services is all over the next big energy thing like white on rice.

Advanced Energy Storage And Vanadium Flow Batteries

We’ll go over that anti-renewables campaign later this week, but for now let’s zero in on that energy storage angle. Our friends over at Imergy Power Systems are the brains behind the flow batteries, so let’s take a look at that aspect first. read more>>>

Solar Electricity Handbook - 2014 Edition: A Simple Practical Guide to Solar Energy - Designing and Installing Photovoltaic Solar Electric Systems

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