Tag: Energy Storage

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The Energizer – Volume 88
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Carbon Quarterly – Volume 3
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The Energizer – Volume 84
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The Energizer – Volume 80
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Hydrogen Rising: Very Long Duration Storage
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K&L Gates’ Energy Storage Handbook: Volume 6
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The Energizer – Volume 77
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Eye on the Election: Potential Impact on Tax Incentives for Power and Related Industries
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The Energizer – Volume 74
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The Energizer – Volume 68

The Energizer – Volume 88

By: Buck B. Endemann, Daniel S. Cohen, Olivia B. Mora, Molly K. Barker, Natalie J. Reid, Matthew P. Clark, Nathan C. Howe, Orethu Manu

There is a lot of buzz around clean technology, distributed energy resources (DERs), microgrids, and other technological innovations in renewable energy and clean transport industries, and how these developments can contribute to solving longstanding environmental justice issues. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumers and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy industry forward.

IN THIS ISSUE: 

  • NJ BPU Issues Proposal to Replace Solar Incentive Program
  • ExxonMobil Proposes Multi-billion Dollar Carbon Capture Project
  • Breakthrough in “Massless” Energy Storage Paves the Way for Lighter Electric Vehicles

Carbon Quarterly – Volume 3

By: Ankur K. Tohan, Elizabeth C. Crouse, Eric E. Freedman, Tad J. Macfarlan, Alyssa A. Moir, Laurie B. Purpuro, Cliff L. Rothenstein, Molly K. Barker, Matthew P. Clark, Brigid Landy Khuri, Natalie J. Reid, Dean Brower

No matter your views on climate change policy, there is no avoiding an increasing focus on carbon regulation, resiliency planning, and energy efficiency at nearly every level of government and business. Changes in carbon—and more broadly greenhouse gas—policies have the potential to broadly impact our lives and livelihoods. Carbon Quarterly offers a rundown of the latest developments.

IN THIS ISSUE:  

  • Carbon Policy
    • U.S. House Democrats Propose Comprehensive Legislation to Address Climate Change
    • Social Cost of Carbon Returns to US$51 Per Ton (For Now)
    • Scale Act Overview
    • Aligning Carbon Capture and Environmental Justice
  • Carbon Litigation and Regulation
    • Climate Change Litigation Reaches the Supreme Court
    • The Past—and Future—for Federal Regulation of Power Plant Carbon Emissions
  • Carbon Business
    • Utilities are Looking to Green Hydrogen to Provide Energy Storage
    • Compulsory Corporate Disclosures on Climate Commitments and Risk: Leveling the Playing Field or Mandating a New Field
    • Microsoft Carbon Removal Project
  • Carbon Spotlight
    • NextDecade–Taking Energy to the Next Level

The Energizer – Volume 84

By: Buck B. Endemann, Daniel S. Cohen, Molly K. Barker, Olivia B. Mora, Natalie J. Reid, Matthew P. Clark, Nathan C. Howe, Orethu Manu

A biweekly update on clean technology applications, distributed energy resources, and other innovative technologies in the renewable energy and clean transport sectors.

There is a lot of buzz around clean technology, distributed energy resources (DERs), microgrids, and other technological innovations in renewable energy and clean transport industries, and how these developments can contribute to solving longstanding environmental justice issues. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumers and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy industry forward.

IN THIS ISSUE: 

  • New GREEN Act Could Extend and Create New Credits for Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, Carbon Capture, and Electric Vehicles
  • Eight California Community Choice Aggregators Form Joint Powers Authority
  • Southeastern U.S. Utilities Request Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Approval for Energy Exchange
  • Green Hydrogen Joint Venture in Iberia Will Help Meet the European Union’s Carbon Goals  

The Energizer – Volume 80

A biweekly update on clean technology applications, distributed energy resources, and other innovative technologies in the renewable energy and clean transport sector.

There is a lot of buzz around clean technology, distributed energy resources (DERs), microgrids, and other technological innovations in renewable energy and clean transport industries. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumers and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy industry forward.

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • FERC Rolls Back ISO New England Tariff Incentivizing New Generation and Storage Projects
  • Coalition of Labor and Climate Groups Voice Support for the “American Nuclear Infrastructure Act”
  • Sidewalks out of Turbine Blades: Sustainability of Renewables’ Afterlife

Hydrogen Rising: Very Long Duration Storage

Bill Holmes, Mike O’Neill, and David Wochner discuss very long duration storage and impacts on hydrogen and broader energy markets, as well as U.S. regulatory structures impacting hydrogen storage.

You can also listen to and download the latest episodes of Hydrogen Rising on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.

K&L Gates’ Energy Storage Handbook: Volume 6

Now Available Online!

As a courtesy to our clients and friends, the K&L Gates Power practice has updated the Energy Storage Handbook.

This Energy Storage Handbook is designed to be a basic primer on what energy storage is, how federal and state governments regulate it, and what sorts of issues are encountered when such projects are financed and developed. While this Handbook is not meant to be a definitive catalog of every energy storage law and issue existing in today’s marketplace, we have endeavored to highlight the most common development and regulatory matters our clients face and the industries we serve. We will continue to update this Handbook periodically as additional states and stakeholders continue to address the implementation of energy storage resources in the marketplace.

We hope you find it useful and welcome your feedback.

New in Volume 6:

  • Completely refreshed FERC and ISO/RTO sections, including FERC Order 2222.
  • Hydrogen storage? It’s getting close.
  • Avoiding disputes in battery supply agreements.
  • New states, including Virginia and South Carolina.
  • The latest with PJM’s capacity rules.

To view the full Handbook, please follow the link below:

The Energizer – Volume 77

By: Buck B. Endemann, Daniel S. Cohen, Molly K. Barker, Olivia B. Mora, Abraham F. Johns, Natalie J. Reid, Matthew P. Clark

A biweekly update on clean technology applications, distributed energy resources, and other innovative technologies in the renewable energy and clean transport sector.

There is a lot of buzz around cleantech, distributed energy resources (“DERs”), microgrids, and other technological innovations in the renewable energy and clean transport industries. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumer and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy and clean transportation industries forward.

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Facebook and Carnegie Mellon Partner to Use AI for Storage Solutions
  • EPA Proposes Draft Rule Limiting Coal Plant Emissions
  • American Corporate Renewable Procurements Jump by 45% in 2020
  • Californian Community Choice Aggregators Lead the Way on Long-Duration Storage

Eye on the Election: Potential Impact on Tax Incentives for Power and Related Industries

Authors: Elizabeth C. Crouse, Mary Burke Baker, Jared D. Mobley, Joel D. Almquist, and Lauren M. Flynn

There is little doubt that the outcome of the 3 November federal election will be consequential for much of America, and that the consequences are likely to be very different depending on who sits in the Oval Office and the Senate after the inauguration. Of all the industries that employ Americans, the power and related industries such as oil and gas, carbon capture, and electric vehicles may experience the starkest consequences.

CLICK HERE to read the full alert.

The Energizer – Volume 74

By: Buck B. EndemannDaniel S. CohenMolly K. BarkerOlivia B. MoraAbraham F. JohnsNatalie J. ReidMatthew P. Clark

A biweekly update on clean technology applications, distributed energy resources, and other innovative technologies in the renewable energy and clean transport sector.

There is a lot of buzz around cleantech, distributed energy resources (“DERs”), microgrids, and other technological innovations in the renewable energy and clean transport industries. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumer and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy and clean transportation industries forward.

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Southern California Edison Invests in EV Charging
  • The University of Newcastle Develops Thermal Block Energy Storage System
  • Researchers in Sweden Develop Molecule that Stores Sunlight as Chemical Bonds
  • Massachusetts Supreme Court Upholds PPA Backing a US$1 Billion Transmission Line to Carry Canadian Hydro-Electric Power to Bay State

The Energizer – Volume 68

By: Buck B. EndemannDaniel S. CohenMolly K. BarkerOlivia B. MoraAbraham F. JohnsNatalie J. ReidMatthew P. Clark

A biweekly update on clean technology applications, distributed energy resources, and other innovative technologies in the renewable energy and clean transport sector.

There is a lot of buzz around cleantech, distributed energy resources (“DERs”), microgrids, and other technological innovations in the renewable energy and clean transport industries. As these innovations develop, energy markets will undergo substantial changes to which consumer and industry participants alike will need to adapt and leverage. Every other week, K&L Gates’ The Energizer will highlight emerging issues or stories relating to the use of DERs, energy storage, emerging technologies, hydrogen, and other innovations driving the energy and clean transportation industries forward.

IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Sunrun and SCE Partner for Residential Storage Virtual Power Plants
  • New Advancements in Co-Located Storage Could Spur Development of Wave Energy Projects
  • Fluence Rolls Out Innovative Battery Storage Component
  • Researchers Develop Photocatalyst to Separate Hydrogen from Water Using Ultraviolet Light

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