Entries by Ross Martinez

2018 policy breakthroughs invigorate distributed energy storage projects

By Juliana Mandell, Director of Market Development, and Walker Wright, VP of Policy | January 10, 2019 2018 may be behind us, but it was a banner year for distributed energy resource (DER) policy. And because it portends an exciting future for energy storage in 2019 and beyond, it’s worth another look. Without question, energy […]

Putting Energy Storage to Work for California’s K-12 Schools

Summary Your K-12 school district can play a key role in advancing California’s sustainable energy leadership. Battery-based energy storage is a proven technology that can enable your schools to use more self-generated solar power and help stabilize the grid, while significantly reducing district energy costs. What you’ll learn in this eBook: The various ways you […]

ENGIE Storage Applauds Governor Jerry Brown for the Signing of California’s SB 700, Advancing the Market for Energy Storage

Santa Clara, California – September 27, 2018 – ENGIE Storage, formerly Green Charge, applauds the passage of California’s SB 700, which will extend the state’s Self-Generation Incentive Program for an additional five years. The new funding is expected to help add nearly 3,000 megawatts of behind-the-meter batteries to the state by 2026. SB 700 will […]

ENGIE NA Unveils Largest Energy Storage System in Massachusetts in Cooperation with Holyoke Gas & Electric

3 MW/6 MWh energy storage system provides resiliency, cost control, and solar farm optimization Holyoke, Massachusetts – September 25, 2018 – ENGIE North America and Holyoke Gas & Electric (HG&E) today unveiled Massachusetts’ largest utility-scale energy storage system at a ceremony at the Mt. Tom Solar Farm in Holyoke, Massachusetts. ENGIE Storage Services (formerly Green […]