Energy storage news: 12.03.14

According to US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, energy storage can have the same impact on the US economy as the oil and gas boom. Photo credit: US Department of Energy
According to US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, energy storage can have the same impact on the US economy as the oil and gas boom. Photo credit: US Department of Energy
According to US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, solar energy storage can have the same impact on the US economy as the oil and gas boom. Photo credit: US Department of Energy

According to US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, solar energy storage could have the same impact on the US economy as the oil and gas boom. Photo credit: US Department of Energy

This week’s energy storage news headlines from our Twitter feed.

  • Ice Energy, the distributed thermal energy storage provider, is partnering with a college in California to train future energy storage professionals.
  • Inverter maker Power One says energy storage is the next step for the solar photovoltaic market, after launching its battery storage system REACT.
  • French solid-state hydrogen energy storage company McPhy Energy has issued an IPO.
  • Green Charge Networks has received financing from TIP Capital to offer its battery energy storage systems to customers with no upfront costs.
  • SENER will present a new method of producing hydrogen from methanol reformers for fuel-cell-powered submarines at the European Hydrogen Energy Conference in Spain this month.

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