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Inverse | March 30, 2020
Tesla is bidding to build one of the world's largest batteries, planning documents reveal. The company has outlined plans to build 244 Megapacks in Hawaii, each with around three megawatt-hours of capacity, to offer 810 megawatt-hours of total storage. Electrek reported Sunday that the project will discharge energy at a rate of 135 megawatts. If it comes to fruition, it could rank as one of the largest batteries in the world and maintain Tesla's status as a key player in energy storage. While th...
Swell Energy | February 10, 2022
Swell Energy Inc, an energy and smart grid solutions provider, has announced the roll out of GridAmp, its proprietary Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS). The enhanced DERMS platform aggregates Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), including solar and battery storage devices, into virtual power plants (VPPs) to provide advanced grid capabilities to utilities.
GridAmp will control multiple grid service operations with behind-the-meter solar-powered batteries within...
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Greasezilla | March 17, 2022
Downey Ridge Environmental Company, the creator of the Greasezilla® fats, oils, and grease (FOG) and used cooking oil (UCO) separation and processing system, has partnered with LEND Environmental to expedite the recycling of used cooking oil and grease trap trash throughout southern California. Additional locations will be established to separate waste input streams into water, batter, and oils to recover valuable organics for re-use as clean energy. Additionally, the facilities will help Ca...
Microsoft | February 02, 2020
Microsoft has announced a plan to become carbon negative by 2030 and to remove all the carbon they have emitted since their founding by 2050. The company will need to remove more carbon from the air than they release each year to become carbon negative. Microsoft’s Chief Environmental Officer Lucas Joppa tells ABC Audio climate change is the reason. “We looked at the [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] best available science and a fairly alarming report that came out in 2018, the Specia...
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