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DR DEVON GARDNER • PROGRAMME MANAGER ENERGY
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By CEAdmin|2021-03-04T18:05:10-04:00March 4th, 2021|
Green hydrogen is both an untested and a potentially vital way for renewable-energy-powered grids to store their intermittent power for later use, not just for hours at a time, but for days, weeks or even
By CEAdmin|2021-03-04T18:05:09-04:00March 4th, 2021|
"Diversification is the main principle in managing risk, and storage is the ultimate diversifier. You can put battery storage at any level of the grid—customer, distribution, transmission, or generation sited—and you can use different technologies
By CEAdmin|2021-03-04T17:37:36-04:00March 4th, 2021|
Xcel’s plan calls for adding around 5,600 MW of new renewable and energy storage capacity. The mix includes 1,600 MW of large-scale solar projects, 400 MW of battery storage, and 2,300 MW of wind power.
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