ALISO VIEJO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--esVolta, a developer and owner of utility-scale energy storage projects across North America, has been selected by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to build an energy storage system in Santa Clara County, California. Under the proposal, which is pending approval by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), esVolta will develop, build, and operate the Hummingbird Energy Storage project, a 75 MW / 300 MWh lithium-ion battery storage facility. The project is slated to be in service by December 2020. Upon completion, Hummingbird will be one of the largest battery projects in the world.

The Hummingbird project is designed to provide an affordable and reliable capacity resource for PG&E and to support California’s transition to a cleaner and more resilient electric system. The project will also provide an array of energy and ancillary services to California’s electric grid, enhancing reliability and facilitating greater ability to integrate renewable energy resources such as wind and solar energy.

“esVolta is delighted to be selected by PG&E for the Hummingbird project. PG&E is a leading North American energy company and a key customer for esVolta, and this contract award is an important milestone for our company as we build towards our goal of assembling a large portfolio of utility-scale, advanced energy storage projects,” said Randolph Mann, president of esVolta.

About esVolta, LP

esVolta is dedicated to developing, owning and operating utility-scale energy storage projects across North America. The company’s portfolio of operational plus contracted projects currently exceeds 400 MWh of capacity, and the firm is developing a large pipeline of future storage projects. esVolta is supported by a long-term capital commitment from Blue Sky Alternative Investments LLC and a strategic procurement arrangement with Powin Energy Corporation. More information about esVolta is available at www.esVolta.com.

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RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kumbaya (www.Kumbaya.co), the company bringing sustainable power, connectivity and content to off-grid communities globally, today announced the addition of Silvia Prickel to its Board of Directors. An IT Service Management certified professional, and Six Sigma Black Belt, Ms. Prickel is a veteran Information Technology executive with a proven track record of leading, managing and delivering highly successful business solutions to achieve revenue and efficiency targets. With more than two decades of expertise driving digital disruption and engineering technology to institute revolutionary change, Ms. Prickel joins the Kumbaya board of directors as the company readies its global introduction and roll-out of zeroXess, Kumbaya’s solution to connect the next billion.

Maintaining core expertise in business strategy and optimization, organizational change management, and IT service management, Ms. Prickel currently serves as Managing Director of Application Development for United Airlines, where she has spent the past 12-years in the IT department. Ms. Prickel recently assumed responsibility for United Airlines’ Connected Aircraft Program focused on delivering on-board connectivity and entertainment to enhance the customer experience and enable mobility for the crew.

“As a woman in the information technology industry I am gratified to be able to lend my expertise and experience to Kumbaya to help drive forward the company’s mission to connect the unconnected, and specifically to connect women in off-grid communities with the resources for literacy, improved healthcare, and gender equality,” said Silvia Prickel. “The technology challenge of providing connectivity to remote, off-grid communities is similar in many ways to the challenges my team and I have successfully tackled at United Airlines, providing connectivity inflight. I’ve spent the past 12-years at United Airlines leading the enterprise quality and release management team that digitized and automated inflight service, forever changing the way people experience commercial airlines. It’s time to bring that same kind of positive disruption to off-grid communities, connecting the next billion.”

Known for her thought leadership, Ms. Prickel is a sought-after keynote speaker at technology conferences around the world, and has co-authored three books for IT Professionals. An active member of the Project Management Institute Council, and the Evolving Executives Network, Ms. Prickel currently serves on the Board of Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP), the Board of Directors of WebServes, is the president of uIMPACT, and is the first women Metropolitan (ClubCorp) Board Chair. Ms. Prickel earned her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Business Administration from Clarke University.

“Ms. Prickel has the core IT expertise and vision to ensure zeroXess is taking advantage of the latest technology advances to deliver on the promise of connecting the unconnected,” said Kumbaya CEO, Mike Freni. “Her proven track record for digital disruption and technology revolution is just the experience Kumbaya needs to capitalize on the off-grid connectivity opportunity.”

Kumbaya’s zeroXess platform is a modular solar-powered system to bring energy, connectivity and content to off-grid populations, refugee camps, and areas cut off from the world by natural disasters. The zeroXess solution includes solar power collection hardware, a single board computer, a platform for managing electricity, connectivity and information, and the Kumbaya Content Library.

“Industry analysts predict off-grid solar devices like Kumbaya’s zeroXess will bring power to nearly 800 million people in the next two years, electrifying the market as technology performance and cost improvements drive adoption globally,” said Ms. Prickel. “With market sizing numbers like these, and disruptive innovations like Kumbaya is bringing to market, there is truly hope that we can and will connect the next billion, connecting the unconnected to break the cycle of extreme poverty around the world. Kumbaya is on the cusp of something that’s going to completely change the world, and I’m honored to play a part in this technology-driven revolution.”

About Kumbaya

Kumbaya is “Connecting the Unconnected,” bringing sustainable power, connectivity and content to off-grid communities globally. Energy powers connectivity. Connectivity powers knowledge. And knowledge powers social and economic progress. Kumbaya’s mission is to create sustainable solutions that enable the under-served, unconnected people of our world to transform their lives. With this in mind, Kumbaya built zeroXess, a solar-powered home energy and communications platform that is affordable, reliable and sustainable, to ensure there is always electricity, light, connectivity, and access to the information of the world. Founded in 2016, Kumbaya is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Learn more at www.Kumbaya.co.

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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Infiniti Research, a global market and customer intelligence solutions provider, has announced the completion of their new market assessment study on the energy industry. A leading player in the solar energy sector wanted to identify and assess the opportunities in the global energy market.

According to the experts at Infiniti, “In today’s global energy landscape, the spiraling capital costs and the upfront expense of building and maintaining solar energy plants are considered to be major growth barriers for companies operating in this sector.”

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The demand for power has increased manifold over the past few decades, this can be attributed to several factors such as a rise in government investments, advanced technical innovations, and increasing consumer demand. Though the solar energy sector is currently witnessing an accelerating growth rate, the continuously evolving regulatory framework, execution risks, and the implementation of renewable energy technology are expected to pose major challenges for players.

Additionally, the high costs associated with the infrastructural setup tend to make the financial establishments more likely to perceive the clean energy market segment as risky, loaning money at higher rates and making it difficult for businesses to justify their investments. Factors such as these necessitate the need for solar energy market players to compete with their peers in the industry in order to benefit from the existing infrastructure, policies, and technical expertise.

The market assessment solution presented by Infiniti helped the energy industry client to focus on market penetration by developing more accurate marketing strategies.

This market assessment solution provided benefits that helped the client to:

  • Devise strategies to better align their goals with the market needs
  • Make necessary adjustments in their design and development approach
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  • Leveraging technologies to ensure that the system is less susceptible to security breaches and productivity issues
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About Infiniti Research

Established in 2003, Infiniti Research is a leading market intelligence company providing smart solutions to address your business challenges. Infiniti Research studies markets in more than 100 countries to help analyze competitive activity, see beyond market disruptions, and develop intelligent business strategies.

With 15+ years of experience and offices across three continents, Infiniti Research has been instrumental in providing a complete range of competitive intelligence, strategy, and research services for over 550 companies across the globe.

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• The 100,000 square metre technology campus aims to stimulate research and innovation in the renewable energy sector, hosting start-ups, SMEs and other national and international companies to collaborate through industrial partnerships;
• The facility's laboratories will also focus on new digital technologies, including IoT, big data, automation, artificial intelligence and augmented reality, as well as maintaining a strong orientation towards experimenting with 'disruptive' systems for the energy field;
• The Catania Centre is optimally integrated with the network of Innovation Hubs Enel has set up in the areas of the world with the highest rate of innovation.

With this objective in mind, Enel created its new 'Innovation Hub & Lab' in Passo Martino, in the province of Catania. It is a 100,000 square metre complex with latest-generation laboratories, ready to host start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises and other national and foreign companies, as well as world-class research centres. The technologically cutting-edge facility was inaugurated today, with Salvo Pogliese, the Mayor of Catania, Antonio Cammisecra, Head of Enel Green Power (EGP), Enel's Global Renewable Energy Division, and Ernesto Ciorra, Enel’s Head of Innovability (Innovation and Sustainability) in attendance.

The 'Innovation Hub & Lab' in Catania will work not only on the development and advanced experimentation of solar energy generation technologies, but also on the development of disruptive solutions in the energy field with particular focus on the use of new technologies such as IoT (Internet of things), big data, automation and artificial intelligence, augmented reality; in line with Enel Group's Open Power philosophy, it will do so by forging on-going collaborations with start-ups and SMEs to lead to industrial partnerships. The most promising companies, selected at local, national and international level, will have the opportunity to test their solutions at the Passo Martino complex, supported by highly specialized Enel personnel and using the Centre's accredited laboratories, experimenting with innovative technologies especially in the field of renewable sources, such as solar, thermal and photovoltaic, micro-grids, storage and wind, with indoor and outdoor testing.

The start-ups and SMEs will be chosen through special calls published on Enel's crowdsourcing platform (openinnovability.enel.com) or through direct scouting throughout the company’s network of relationships in Italy and abroad. The Catania Centre is optimally integrated with the network of Innovation Hubs Enel has set up in the areas of the world with the highest rate of innovation (to date: Madrid, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile, Tel Aviv, and San Francisco) and offers access to a unique wealth of know-how, expertise, data, mentorship and support in raising capital, both through Enel's venture capital partner funds and through banks as well as public financing.

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LOS GATOS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tigo®, pioneer of the smart modular Flex MLPE platform, today announced the release of its new Mesh communication architecture. This state-of-the-art wireless technology directly translates to customer benefits – including simplifying the solar design process and accelerating the commissioning steps. The complete Tigo solution uses a simple yet powerful data collection technology that covers the widest ranges of residential & commercial installations at the lowest cost. With Mesh and the recently announced Tigo Access Point (TAP), customers eliminate the need to address any roof obstruction or orientation constraint. To learn more about Mesh and TAP, register for Tigo’s free, online webinar “The Future of Solar is Wireless” on Wednesday July 25th, 2018 at 10am PDT.

Mesh compliments the full Tigo system in conjunction with TAP, Cloud Connect Advanced (CCA), and UHD-Core TS4 units. As the software that allows each TS4 unit to act as a relay station for signals, Mesh extends the wireless range of communication up to 230ft (70m). Mesh also allows data collection from up to 300 TS4 units (~100kW systems) using a single TAP or from up to 900 TS4 units (~300kW systems) using a single CCA. Most importantly, Mesh supports multiple communication paths between TS4 units to minimize packet loss, improve data integrity, and increase reliability at high speed.

The benefits of Mesh include:

  • Easily bypassed roof or ground-mount obstructions
  • Greater communication radius
  • Fewer component accessories needed
  • Intelligent communication paths responsive to difficult layouts
  • Flexible architecture for forgiving designs with different placement of accessories

“Mesh is the groundbreaking communication technology that makes Tigo’s TS4 Platform and communication accessories the most flexible, cost-effective, and robust solution for solar arrays around the world,” says Maxym Makhota, VP of Software Development at Tigo. “We are thrilled to roll out this software simultaneously with the new TAP so our customers can build and maintain efficient systems with as few costs as necessary.”

Mesh must be paired with Tigo’s CCA, TAP (or legacy Gateway), and UHD-Core TS4 units - integrated (TS4), retrofitted/add-on (TS4-R), or retrofitted for 2 modules (TS4-R-Duo). All products are shipping now via distributors and partners worldwide. For price and delivery call +1.408.402.0802 ext. 1, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit www.tigoenergy.com.

About Tigo Energy, Inc.

Tigo is a Silicon Valley company founded in 2007 by a team of experienced technologists. Combining a unique systems-level approach with expertise in semi-conductors, power electronics, and solar energy, the Tigo team developed the first-generation Smart Module Optimizer technology for the solar industry. Tigo's vision is to leverage integrated and retrofitted Flex MLPE and communications technology to drive the cost of solar electricity down. By partnering with tier 1 module and inverter manufacturers in the industry, Tigo is able to focus on its key innovation with the smartest TS4 modular platform and leverage the broader ecosystem. Tigo has operations in the USA, across Europe, Latin America, Japan, China, Australia and the Middle East. Visit www.tigoenergy.com.

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coneva und Stadtwerke München entwickeln gemeinsam ein integriertes Energiemanagement-System

18.07.2018

Die Stadtwerke München und die coneva GmbH (eine Tochtergesellschaft der SMA Solar Technology AG) starten eine Kooperation zur gemeinsamen Entwicklung eines integrierten Energiemanagement-Systems. Damit können Haushalte und gewerbliche Kunden ihren Strom selbst erzeugen, speichern und dessen Nutzung optimieren. Das softwarebasierte und modulare Energiemanagement-System auf Basis der von SMA entwickelten IoT-Plattform für Energiemanagement ennexOS soll dabei in das Smart Meter Gateway integriert werden.

„Gemeinsam mit den Stadtwerken München investiert die coneva GmbH in den Zukunftsmarkt der digitalen Energiewirtschaft. Der Smart Meter Rollout ist für Deutschland gesetzlich beschlossen. Im Rahmen der Kooperation untersuchen wir nun, ob und wie diese digitale Infrastruktur von Energieversorgern und Endkunden gleichermaßen sinnvoll genutzt werden kann, um für den Endkunden relevante Zusatznutzen generieren zu können, ihm die Teilnahme am Energiemarkt zu ermöglichen und zu optimieren“, erklärt Jochen Schneider, Geschäftsführer der coneva GmbH.

Durch die Verbindung des Energiemanagement-Systems mit dem Smart Meter Gateway kann das Gateway nicht nur zur Übertragung von Verbrauchsdaten genutzt werden. Auch die Ansteuerung von Erzeugungsanlagen, Energiespeichern und Verbrauchern, beispielsweise aus den Bereichen Photovoltaik, stationäre und mobile Speicher sowie Haushaltsgeräte kann über die sichere Infrastruktur des Gateways erfolgen.

Florian Bieberbach, Vorsitzender der SWM Geschäftsführung: „Als grundzuständiger Messstellenbetreiber in München liegt es für uns natürlich nahe, die Nutzung der bereits vorhandenen, digitalen Smart Meter Infrastruktur weiter auszubauen. In engem Schulterschluss mit coneva wollen wir nun die Digitalisierung der Energiewende weiter vorantreiben und um den Funktionsumfang des Energiemanagements erweitern. Dabei sehen wir das gemeinsame Pilotprojekt als nächsten logischen Schritt, die Ausbauoffensive erneuerbarer Energien weiter voranzutreiben.“


Über coneva
Die coneva GmbH ist eine Tochtergesellschaft der SMA Solar Technology AG und entwickelt digitale Energielösungen für die moderne Energiewelt. Sie bietet Unternehmen wie Stadtwerken, Wohnungsbaugesellschaften und Telekommunikationsunternehmen umfassende White-Label-Lösungen zur Einbindung ihrer Kunden in den Energiemarkt an. Darüber hinaus bietet die coneva GmbH Lösungen zum Monitoring, der Steuerung und dem Management von Energie, damit Gewerbebetriebe und öffentliche Einrichtungen ihre Energiekosten deutlich reduzieren können. Im Zentrum des Geschäftsmodells der coneva GmbH steht das ganzheitliche Energiemanagement über alle Sektoren hinweg. Die Vernetzung von Erzeugern, wie PV-Anlagen oder Blockheizkraftwerken, und Verbrauchern wie Beleuchtung, Heizung, Lüftung, Klima- und Kältetechnik, erfolgt dabei über die von SMA entwickelte Energiemanagement-Plattform ennexOS.

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Dingolfingerstraße 15
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Germany

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Über die SWM
Die SWM sind das kommunale Energie- und Infrastrukturunternehmen Münchens. Sie stehen für eine sichere und ressourcenschonende Versorgung mit Strom, Erdgas, Fernwärme und Fernkälte, mit Telekommunikation sowie mit quellfrischem Trinkwasser. Als Gestalter der Energiewende bauen die SWM die erneuerbare Energienutzung seit 2008 im Strom- und Wärmebereich kontinuierlich aus. Die SWM betreiben darüber hinaus 18 Hallen- und Sommerbäder. Die SWM Verkehrstochter MVG ist als Mobilitätsdienstleister verantwortlich für U-Bahn, Bus, Tram und MVG Rad. Die SWM digitalisieren die Stadt: Sie bauen die Smart-Meter-Infrastruktur und das Glasfasernetz flächendeckend aus und erweitern mit dem LoRa-Netz die sicheren Datenübertragungswege Münchens. Damit schaffen die SWM die Grundlagen für die vernetzte und lebenswerte Stadt der Zukunft.

Stadtwerke München GmbH
Emmy-Noether-Straße 2
80992 München
Germany

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Project Tonstad is located in the municipalities of Sirdal and Flekkefjord in the South of Norway and will have a capacity of 208 MW consisting of 51 turbines supplied by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. Once operational, the wind farm will be one of the largest in Norway, and will sell all energy produced to Hydro Energi, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Norwegian aluminium producer Hydro. The annual production will be around 0.7 TWh, and will save approximately 180,000 tons of CO2 emission, compared to the average European emission per KWh1.

ENGIE developed the project and will continue to manage the construction and provide operational support to the windfarm, retaining a 20% stake in the project. SUSI Partners AG (SUSI) provided financial structuring support and the SUSI Renewable Energy Fund II will be the majority investor in the wind park with a stake of 80%. The project debt financing package for the wind farm will be provided by German Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW).

Hydro Energi signed a green Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to offtake all the electricity produced for 25 years, demonstrating the growing appetite of industrial energy users to secure long-term delivery of sustainable and competitively priced electricity. The PPA allows Hydro to produce each year around 50,000 tons of aluminium at its Norwegian plants with electricity from a renewable source. Hydro Energi will also be the balancing and nomination responsible during commissioning and for the duration of the PPA.

This project will bring additional economic activities to the region and will be developed with dedicated care to its social and environmental impact.

Sandra Roche, CEO ENGIE Nordics, comments: “Tonstad is an important project for ENGIE, as a direct application of the strategy to develop large wind projects in partnership with big industrial offtakers and a financial equity partner. It is also a first step for ENGIE in renewables in the Nordics, where the group intends to further expand its activities, in contribution to the ongoing energy transition.”

Marco van Daele, Chief Investment Officer SUSI Partners, adds: “SUSI’s investment mandate is dedicated to financing the global energy transition. Project Tonstad is a prime example of this: the project brings together the latest technology wind turbines and a bespoke, long-term offtake agreement with an industrial company for a large-scale renewable generation project with a highly competitive levelized cost of energy. We have worked with ENGIE for a prolonged period to structure the project and are very pleased with the collaboration and outcome, and look forward to cooperating with all parties involved again in the future.”

Thomas Christian Schulz, head of Infrastructure and Transportation Finance LBBW also declared: "LBBW is delighted to finance this important transaction together with ENGIE and SUSI as Sponsors as well as Hydro as a strategic and long term PPA Partner in the increasingly important Scandinavian market.”

With a portfolio of 4,8 GW in wind, including 3,4 GW in Europe, and 1,3 GW under construction worldwide2, ENGIE reaffirms its commitment to ever cleaner energy for its customers, either individuals, industrial clients or municipalities.

Tonstad is the latest addition to SUSI Partner’s sustainable infrastructure investment portfolio currently comprising 62 projects across four funds in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy storage.

1. Source : Pwc France 25 January 2018 European carbon factor =275 g/KWh
2. Figures at 100% as per 31/12/2017.

About ENGIE

We are a global energy and services group, focused on three core activities: low-carbon power generation, mainly based on natural gas and renewable energy, global networks and customer solutions. Driven by our ambition to contribute to a harmonious progress, we take up major global challenges such as the fight against global warming, access to energy to all, or mobility, and offer our residential customers, businesses and communities energy production solutions and services that reconcile individual and collective interests. Our integrated - low-carbon, high-performing and sustainable - offers are based on digital technologies. Beyond energy, they facilitate the development of new uses and promote new ways of living and working. Our ambition is conveyed by each of our 150,000 employees in 70 countries. Together with our customers and partners, they form a community of imaginative builders who invent and build today solutions for tomorrow. 2017 turnover: 65 billion Euros. Listed in Paris and Brussels (ENGI), the Group is represented in the main financial (CAC 40, BEL 20, Euro STOXX 50, STOXX Europe 600, MSCI Europe, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, Euro STOXX Utilities, STOXX Europe 600 Utilities) and extra-financial indices (DJSI World, DJSI Europe and Euronext Vigeo Eiris - World 120, Eurozone 120, Europe 120, France 20, CAC 40 Governance).

Investors relations contact: T: +33(0)1 44 22 66 29 - E: ir[.]engie.com.

About SUSI Partners AG
SUSI Partners AG (susi-partners.ch) is an innovative Swiss asset manager specializing in sustainable infrastructure investments. SUSI invests in assets along the value chain of the energy transition and currently manages four funds through the general partner Sustainable Sàrl (LUX) in the areas of renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy storage. The aim of all funds is to achieve stable, uncorrelated returns by investing in projects with measurable ecological impact. The SUSI Renewable Energy Fund II, managed by SUSI Partners AG, offers investment opportunities in renewable energy infrastructure (wind & solar) in Europe to institutional investors. The fund is closed and has a capacity of EUR 382 million.

SUSI Press contacts:
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Julia Hayoz, Analyst, Media Relations
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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) today announced interim findings from an ongoing Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) project that aims to demonstrate the functionality of smart inverters.

As more Californians power their lives with solar energy, energy storage and electric vehicles, PG&E is looking to the smart inverters that will be installed on those technologies to manage their interaction with the grid in support of continued clean energy growth.

“We have a long history of embracing innovation and new technologies for the benefit of our customers and the communities we serve. The smart inverters being installed on our customers’ solar and energy storage systems, paired with our investment in grid operations systems and technology, show promise to facilitate distribution system reliability and power quality in the increasingly complex grid,” said Roy Kuga, vice president, Grid Integration and Innovation, PG&E.

A standard inverter converts power from solar panels and batteries from its native direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC) which can be used on site or fed into the power grid. A smart inverter is a more sophisticated version of an inverter that makes autonomous decisions that can help maintain grid stability, reliability and power quality. In the near future, smart inverters will be required to have the capability to receive remote operation instructions and communicate measurements and status. Some solar installations already have smart inverters with these advanced capabilities.

California’s investor-owned utilities (IOUs) began requiring smart inverters on all new solar interconnections starting September 8, 2017, through the California Public Utility Commission’s Rule 21 tariff. As smart inverter standards and requirements continue to evolve, PG&E can use demonstration projects like this one to explore how smart inverters on customers’ solar installations function and interact with the grid.

Completed Project Activities

PG&E recently published an interim report on project activities and findings to date, along with planned next steps.

PG&E’s Grid Integration and Innovation group, which is leading the project, has found that smart inverters can be beneficial. As solar has become more ubiquitous in California over the past decade, the grid has started to experience reliability and power quality issues. Smart inverters have the potential to prevent the solar systems from contributing to voltage fluctuations and adverse impacts on protection systems due to reverse power flow. The demonstration has also shown that more work and investments are needed to standardize the technology and improve communications reliability. The ongoing project will next test the capabilities of smart inverters on a different type of electrical distribution circuit with higher solar penetration.

PG&E believes that with additional investments that enable grid planning and operations to achieve better utility monitoring, visibility, and communication capabilities, smart inverters have the potential to become an important tool in the integration of clean energy into California’s electric grid.

Ongoing Project Activities

Working with Turlock-based JKB Energy, PG&E is testing smart inverter capabilities on commercial-scale solar installations for agricultural customers. These installations are all connected to the same distribution line in Merced County, and this particular circuit already has a high penetration of solar-generated electricity and has experienced problems as a result of the amount of solar currently installed. The project includes installing smart inverters to prevent the inverter from contributing to voltage issues, ensure greater electric reliability, and facilitate the continued integration of additional solar. JKB Energy installed and maintains the customer-owned solar generating stations.

“At JKB Energy, we place a heavy emphasis on paying close attention to the details that can make or break a project. In working with PG&E to install smart inverters for some of our shared customers, we have the opportunity to enhance our customers’ experience with a solution that integrates more clean energy onto the grid, ultimately resulting in greater safety, reliability, and affordability for our customers,” said Bob Hansen, vice president and chief operating officer, JKB Energy.

This project is funded by PG&E customers through EPIC - a program that enables California investor-owned utilities to demonstrate new and novel technologies and evaluate how they support safety, reliability, and affordability objectives for the benefit of their customers. To learn more about EPIC, visit www.pge.com/epic.

About PG&E

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE:PCG), is one of the largest combined natural gas and electric energy companies in the United States. Based in San Francisco, with more than 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation’s cleanest energy to nearly 16 million people in Northern and Central California. For more information, visit www.pge.com/ and www.pge.com/en/about/newsroom/index.page.

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As the California legislature debates the state’s energy future, a new study takes a fresh look at the pros and cons of creating a Western regional grid, and illuminates the complexities that have helped stall bills addressing the issue over the past three years. Grid regionalization could change how and where renewables are built, bought and sold, with ramifications for energy markets in California and across the West.

“Regionalization raises a lot of issues, and we hope policymakers and other Californians who have questions about it can find answers in our new report,” said F. Noel Perry, businessman and founder of Next 10. “A carefully crafted regional transmission organization could be a game-changer for clean energy in the West. But as always, the devil is in the details.”

The new report, A Regional Power Market for the West: Risks and Benefits, lays out arguments for and against expanding the western electricity market through the formation of a regional independent system operator (ISO). ISOs act as air traffic controllers for electricity, independently coordinating the planning and distribution of energy in a given area. Regional ISOs are common in most of the U.S., but in the West, the region is divided into a patchwork of individual operators, including the California Independent System Operator (CAISO). Pending legislation would set the rules for how California utilities could join a regional market.

Supporters of regionalization — including Gov. Brown, CAISO, and many clean energy industry associations and environmental groups — say setting up a vast regional market would accelerate the scale-up of clean energy while reducing operating costs, enabling California to meet its climate goals even as energy bills come down. Detractors, including labor and consumer groups, say that a Western RTO could reduce the state’s control over clean energy and climate policies and shift construction jobs to other states.

After evaluating arguments on either side of the expanded Western RTO issue, the report offers takeaways on key topics of concern, including:

  • Jobs — A Western RTO could result in some renewable energy construction jobs moving from California to other states, but it would likely create a much larger number of California jobs overall. That’s because increasing renewable generation across the region would lower electricity prices for all Californians, lowering costs for businesses and broadly encouraging job growth.
  • Governance — While opponents worry that a regional transmission organization would force state policymakers to give up control, the state’s existing independent system operator, CAISO, is already independent of state control. All RTOs, including CAISO, are subject to FERC regulations and federal law. RTOs have limited ability to affect state policy decisions, and their actions are subject to FERC oversight. FERC, meanwhile, is subject to oversight by the courts.
  • Policy — Because most court challenges to state policies happen under interstate commerce rules, a change to a Western RTO would not substantially change the threats to California’s pioneering climate and clean energy policies. As for FERC, their primary mandate is to provide “just and reasonable” rates through fair competition. As long as California clean energy policies don’t interfere with competition – and they generally haven’t so far – joining a Western RTO would not subject the state to additional risk from FERC.
  • Integrating renewables — There are many ways to integrate renewables into the grid, including distributed energy resources, whose costs are falling rapidly. But bulk solutions — such as transmission lines and regional markets — remain the lowest cost option.
  • Coal — Despite concerns about the Trump administration’s support for propping up the coal industry, coal generation is in decline nationwide due in large part to being subject to competition with more affordable natural gas power, renewables, and energy efficiency. A Western RTO with truly competitive market rules would likely increase pressure on aging Western coal plants. However, policymakers must be sure to avoid market rules that allow old coal plants to survive, such as capacity payments.

“It’s a complicated conversation, and advocates on both sides want to simplify it to make their points,” said Bentham Paulos, independent energy analyst and founding principal of PaulosAnalysis, who produced the report for Next 10. “But this can introduce a lot of misunderstandings of what regional markets are and are not.”

“The debate about a Western regional market has been going on for decades,” said Paulos. “But it seems more timely now. CAISO’s energy imbalance market (EIM) has helped increase trust and cooperation among states and utilities. And the advent of cheap wind and solar power in all Western states has helped create a shared vision of the future: coal’s time is limited, and a low-carbon future doesn’t look very expensive any more. A bigger regional market is a good way to integrate renewables for all Western states. But it will require collaboration, as well as ongoing work.”

A Grid Primer

Next 10 is releasing its regionalization report along with Transforming the Grid: An Introduction to California’s Electric System in the 21st Century, which explains how the state’s power system and grid work, lays out environmental and social issues, and provides visions of the future as the grid evolves in concert with economic and environmental trends. The two reports kick off a series of five briefs examining California’s electric grid at a pivotal time in its history.

“As California strives to slash its greenhouse gas emissions by switching to clean, renewable energy, the state’s power system faces an era of rapid change,” Next 10’s Perry said. “We hope Transforming the Grid and the other papers in this series will help Californians — especially policymakers — to understand fully the issues involved, so they can make informed decisions that position our state for clean energy success.”

About Next 10

Next 10 (next10.org) is an independent, nonpartisan organization that educates, engages and empowers Californians to improve the state’s future. With a focus on the intersection of the economy, the environment, and quality of life, Next 10 employs research from leading experts on complex state issues and creates a portfolio of nonpartisan educational materials to foster a deeper understanding of the critical issues affecting our state.

About PaulosAnalysis

PaulosAnalysis (PaulosAnalysis.com) provides energy policy, communications, and consulting services to clean energy businesses, nonprofits, foundations, research and consulting firms, trade associations, and media. Recent clients include the Clean Energy States Alliance, the Illinois Power Agency, and the Electricity Markets & Policy Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

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NEW DELHI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Azure Power (NYSE: AZRE) announced that its portfolio has surpassed 3 GWs, reinforcing the company’s position as a leading independent solar power producer in India. This milestone was achieved with the company’s recent win of a 300 megawatt (MW) solar power project in the largest solar auction conducted by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI), a Government of India enterprise and a company with an AA+ domestic debt rating by ICRA, a Moody’s company. With this win, 87% of Azure Power’s 2.2 GW contracted pipeline is with counterparties that have A to AAA domestic debt ratings. Over 1 GW of the pipeline is with sovereign counterparties.

The 300 MWs are an Interstate Transmission System (ISTS) grid connected solar PV project. Azure Power will sign a 25-year power purchase agreement with SECI to supply power at a tariff of INR 2.64 (~US 3.9 cents) per kWh which was 8% above the lowest bid in the auction. The project can be developed outside a solar park anywhere in India and is expected to be commissioned by 2020.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr Inderpreet Wadhwa, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Azure Power said, “We started with the vision of providing affordable solar power for generations and the mission to be the lowest cost power producer in the world. Through our collective efforts and support from our stakeholders, we have achieved this important milestone of crossing a 3 GW portfolio with large scale, mini/micro grid and rooftop projects across the country. This achievement is a testament to our strong project development, engineering, and execution capabilities. We are delighted to make this contribution towards the realization of our Hon’ble Prime Minister’s commitment towards clean and green energy, through solar power generation.”

Azure Power was founded by Inderpreet Wadhwa in 2008 with a vision of providing affordable solar power in an efficient, sustainable and socially responsible manner. Azure Power has rapidly grown to become one of the largest solar power developers in the India. The company started its journey over ten years ago by developing India’s first private utility scale solar plant, a 2 MW plant in Awan Punjab. Over the last decade, the company has witnessed tremendous growth and has installed over 1 GW of solar capacity with a footprint across 23 states in India. The company is backed by several marquee investors such as Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), International Finance Corporation (IFC), Helion Venture Partners, Société de Promotion et de Participation pour la Coopération Économique (PROPARCO), Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH (DEG) and Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO).

About Azure Power
Azure Power (NYSE: AZRE) is a leading independent solar power producer with a pan-Indian portfolio over 3 gigawatts. With its in-house engineering, procurement and construction expertise and advanced in-house operations and maintenance capability, Azure Power provides low-cost and reliable solar power solutions to customers throughout India. It has developed, constructed and operated solar projects of varying sizes, from utility scale, rooftop to mini & micro grids, since its inception in 2008. Highlights include the construction of India’s first private utility scale solar PV power plant in 2009 and the implementation of the first MW scale rooftop project under the smart city initiative in 2013.

For more information, visit: www.azurepower.com.

Forward Looking Statements
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company’s results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements include: the availability of additional financing on acceptable terms; changes in the commercial and retail prices of traditional utility generated electricity; changes in tariffs at which long term PPAs are entered into; changes in policies and regulations including net metering and interconnection limits or caps; the availability of rebates, tax credits and other incentives; the availability of solar panels and other raw materials; its limited operating history, particularly as a new public company; its ability to attract and retain its relationships with third parties, including its solar partners; its ability to meet the covenants in its debt facilities; meteorological conditions and such other risks identified in the registration statements and reports that the Company has filed with the SEC from time to time. In the press release, megawatts portfolio represents the aggregate megawatt capacity of solar power plants pursuant to PPAs, signed or allotted or where the Company has been cleared as one of the winning bidders or won reverse auction, but yet to receive letter of allotment. All forward-looking statements in this press release are based on information available to us as of the date hereof, and the Company assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

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GE Renewable Energy Business, LM Wind Power announced today the planned acquisition of the WMC test facilities in Wieringerwerf, Netherlands. The transaction is expected to close within a few weeks' time subject to certain pre-completion conditions.

The facility will provide rotor hub testing for new GE turbines and also continue to offer blade and other testing, digital tools, research and similar services to the wider wind industry in Netherlands and elsewhere.

LM Wind Power plans to expand and develop the facility over time. The 23 current employees comprise highly-qualified experts in composites and rotor blade testing. All will be retained to help grow the business.

LM Wind Power has a growing presence in the Netherlands. It has its global management office at World Trade Center, Schiphol, with 44 employees representing 16 nationalities and a research facility in Heerhugowaard with 40 employees representing 14 nationalities. The company was acquired by GE in April 2017, a world leader in renewable energy and it continues to grow at pace, providing advanced wind turbine blades to customers all over the world.

Aart van der Pal, Chairman of the Board of WMC commented,"The acquisition of the WMC wind turbine blade test facility in Wieringerwerf secures a promising future for the 23 employees and ensures growth and opportunity for this important Dutch facility. We look forward to playing a key role in the future developments of advanced wind turbine rotor blades."

"The new test facilities will further contribute to LM Wind Power's research and development capabilities for the design and manufacture of advanced wind turbine blades and other components," said Duncan Berry CEO, LM Wind Power. "We are delighted to retain the talented existing workforce and supplement LM Wind Power and GE's growing presence in a strategic green industry in the Netherlands. These are valuable, senior, technical jobs and we provide employment to a significant and increasing number of graduates and post graduates from the best Dutch Universities including Delft, Twente, Eindhoven and Amsterdam."

LM Wind Power is the first company in the wind industry to become fully carbon neutral. For more information visit our website.

For Dutch language inquiries: Marina Millington-Ward, Stampa Communications
P: +31 20 404 2630 - E: marina[.]stampacommunications.com.

About LM Wind Power
LM Wind Power (lmwindpower.com) is a world leading designer and manufacturer of rotor blades for wind turbines, with a global manufacturing footprint that includes blade factories in Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, India, Poland, Spain, France, Turkey and the United States. The company has produced more than 205,000 blades since 1978, corresponding to more than 93 GW installed capacity and global savings of 189 million tons of CO2 annually. LM Wind Power is a GE Renewable Energy Business.

About GE Renewable Energy
GE Renewable Energy (ge.com/renewableenergy) is a $10 billion start-up that brings together one of the broadest product and service portfolios of the renewable energy industry. Combining onshore and offshore wind, hydro and innovative technologies such as concentrated solar power and more recently turbine blades, GE Renewable Energy has installed more than 400+ gigawatts capacity globally to make the world work better and cleaner. With more than 22,000 employees present in more than 55 countries, GE Renewable Energy is backed by the resources of the world's first digital industrial company. Our goal is to demonstrate to the rest of the world that nobody should ever have to choose between affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy.

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LEHI, Utah, July 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR) announced today that it plans to report financial results for the second quarter 2018 after the U.S. financial markets close on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. The company will host a conference call and simultaneous audio-only webcast at 5 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss its financial results for the quarter.

To access the conference call, dial 1-866-393-4306, or for international callers, 1-734-385-2616. The conference ID is 118 1885. Participants should dial in 10 minutes prior to the scheduled conference call time. The conference call will also be webcast live and may be accessed at the "Events and Presentations" link on the investor relations section of the company's website at investors.vivintsolar.com. A replay of the webcast will be available approximately two hours after the conference call commences on the investor relations page of the company's website until August 31, 2018.

About Vivint Solar

Vivint Solar is a leading full-service residential solar provider in the United States. With Vivint Solar, customers can power their homes with clean, renewable energy and typically achieve financial savings over time. Offering integrated residential solar solutions, Vivint Solar designs and installs the solar energy systems for its customers and offers monitoring and maintenance services. In addition to being able to purchase a solar energy system outright, customers may benefit from Vivint Solar's affordable, flexible financing options, power purchase agreements, or lease agreements, where available. For more information, visit www.vivintsolar.com or follow @VivintSolar on Twitter.

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Sunny Design Pro von SMA ermöglicht Anlagenplanung über alle Energiesektoren hinweg

16.07.2018

Anlagenplaner haben jetzt zum ersten Mal die Möglichkeit, Energiesysteme über alle Sektoren hinweg zu planen und zu simulieren. Die neue Version der Anlagenauslegungssoftware Sunny Design Pro, welche die SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) auf der Intersolar Europe in München vorgestellt hat, berücksichtigt neben elektrischen Stromerzeugern und –verbrauchern auch Batteriespeicher und thermische Komponenten wie Blockheizkraftwerke und Wärmepumpen. Sunny Design Pro erstellt in kürzester Zeit eine umfassende Systemdarstellung mit allen wichtigen energetischen und wirtschaftlichen Kennzahlen. Anlagenplaner, Fachhandwerker und Energieberater können ihren Kunden auf dieser Basis aussagekräftige Entscheidungsgrundlagen liefern und valide Prognosen über die Wirtschaftlichkeit des geplanten Energiesystems treffen.

„Mit Sunny Design Pro hat SMA als erster Hersteller eine Software entwickelt, mit der die Sektorenkopplung gerade in gewerblichen Anwendungen sehr effizient geplant werden kann“, erklärt Dr. Thomas Straub, Senior Product Manager bei SMA und verantwortlich für das neue Sunny Design Pro. „Die Stärke des Programms liegt einerseits in der ganzheitlichen Sicht auf die elektrischen und thermischen Aspekte des Energiesystems und der kundengerechten Aufbereitung der Resultate. Andererseits können die Energieflüsse durch die integrierten Funktionen unserer Energiemanagement-Plattform ennexOS optimiert werden. So sparen die Betreiber erheblich Kosten ein.“

Umfassende Dokumentation für komplette Systeme
Bisher mussten die einzelnen Sektoren eines Energiesystems jeweils separat geplant und berechnet werden, die Zusammenführung der einzelnen Ergebnisse war nicht ohne erheblichen Aufwand möglich. Sunny Design Pro bildet jetzt zum ersten Mal das Gesamtsystem ab und bezieht alle Energieerzeuger und -verbraucher mit ein. Anlagenplaner erhalten eine umfassende Projektdokumentation der geplanten Gesamtanlage und können ihren Kunden damit eine aussagekräftige Entscheidungsgrundlage anbieten.

Neben der Planung von Energiesystemen mit Sektorenkopplung können Anlagenplaner mit dem neuen Sunny Design Pro sowohl netzgekoppelte wie auch Off-Grid und PV-Hybrid-Systeme auslegen, Projekte speichern und verwalten sowie eigene PV-Module, Standorte und Verbrauchsprofile erstellen. Darüber hinaus bietet Sunny Design Pro die Möglichkeit, Bezugs- und Einspeisetarife flexibel zu verwalten, Verbrauchs- und Lastganganalysen zu erstellen und den Einsatz von Batteriespeichern auch in Peak-Load-Shaving-Anwendungen zu simulieren.

Mehr Informationen zum neuen Sunny Design Pro finden Sie auf der SMA Webseite und auf dem SMA Blog Sunny.


Über SMA
Die SMA Gruppe ist mit einem Umsatz von rund 900 Millionen Euro im Jahr 2017 ein global führender Spezialist für Photovoltaik-Wechselrichter, einer zentralen Komponente jeder Solarstromanlage. SMA bietet ein breites Produkt- und Lösungsportfolio an, das einen hohen Energieertrag für solare Hausdachanlagen, gewerbliche Solarstromanlagen und große Solarkraftwerke ermöglicht. Zur effizienten Steigerung des PV-Eigenverbrauchs kann die SMA Systemtechnik einfach mit unterschiedlichen Batterietechnologien kombiniert werden. Intelligente Energiemanagement-Lösungen, digitale Energielösungen sowie umfangreiche Servicedienstleistungen bis hin zur operativen Betriebsführung von Solarkraftwerken runden das Angebot von SMA ab. Hauptsitz des Unternehmens ist Niestetal bei Kassel. SMA ist in 20 Ländern vertreten und beschäftigt weltweit mehr als 3.000 Mitarbeiter, davon allein 500 in der Entwicklung. Die mehrfach ausgezeichnete Technologie von SMA ist durch über 1.100 Patente und eingetragene Gebrauchsmuster geschützt. Die Muttergesellschaft SMA Solar Technology AG ist seit 2008 im Prime Standard der Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (S92) notiert und aktuell als einziges Unternehmen der Solarbranche im TecDAX gelistet.


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