Energy company promises to pay customers to use electricity

(REPOST: The Guardian)A small energy company has launched a new tariff that will potentially pay customers to use its electricity when demand is low.

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Octopus Energy embraces negative pricing with ‘plunge’ tariff

(REPOST: Clean energy News)The Agile Octopus plan offers customers an incentive to shift their energy use outside of the 4pm-7pm peak, with ‘plunge pricing’ being introduced to take advantage of...

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Valuing Resilience Can Change the Breakeven Point for Solar-Plus-Storage

(REPOST: GTM)Power outages caused by extreme weather events serve as all-too-frequent reminders of the vulnerability of buildings to grid disruptions. But what if building owners accounted for the...

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UK aggregator Kiwi Power completes 4.8MWh battery in South Wales

(REPOST: Energy Storage News)UK demand response and energy resource aggregation company Kiwi Power has unveiled its largest behind the meter battery to date with the completion of the 4MW / 4.8MWh...

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Energy Storage Summit: What to expect at the London event

(REPOST: Energy Storage News)Regulators, policymakers, experts, developers, utilities, aggregators and of course, energy storage industry participants will fill out the Victoria Park Plaza in...

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South Australia marches on with pumped hydro, PV-plus-storage and commercial microgrid projects

(REPOST: Energy Storage News)Energy storage in the state of South Australia has continued its prolific pace of development with the announcement of two new grid-scale projects and a sizeable...

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FERC ruling a ‘significant step’ towards wholesale market participation for energy storage

(REPOST:Energy Storage News)A unanimous vote taken by the US regulator FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) which would allow energy storage and other distributed energy resources to play...

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Big Batteries Are Becoming Much Cheaper

(REPOST: Oil are hot right now. Energy storage was referred to as the Holy Grail of renewables by one industry executive, as it would solve its main problem: intermittency. No...

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Falling costs, coal and renewable co-location to drive ‘explosive’ UK battery storage growth

(REPOST: Clean Energy)Lauren Cook of Solar Media’s Market Research division spoke to CEN sister publication Energy-Storage.News this week on the publication of 'UK Battery storage: Opportunities &...

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Electricity is core to our lives, but Are We Looking After it?

Interesting Radio 4 analysisof the importance of electricity in our lives and the ways in which its generation and distribution is becoming a defining issue of our times.

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