Entries by Ross Martinez

CPUC Thought Leader Series Hosts ENGIE’s EVP Thierry Lepercq

  The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and CPUC President Michael Picker will host Thierry Lepercq, Executive Vice President at ENGIE as a part of their Thought Leader Series on current dominant trends in global energy policy: decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization. Event Overview When: Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Where: CPUC […]


iFLY Indoor Skydiving Set to Install 2 MWh of Green Charge Energy Storage

World’s Largest Indoor Skydiving Company to Use Energy Storage to Reduce Demand Charges By Nearly $1.5M in San Diego and Ontario Locations Santa Clara, California – November 28, 2017 – Green Charge, an ENGIE Company, today announced that iFLY Indoor Skydiving, the world’s largest indoor skydiving company, will install two megawatt hours of energy storage […]

What utilities can learn from Massachusetts’s largest energy storage project

A conversation with Jonathan Poor, Green Charge’s director of business development for the Northeast | November 8, 2017 GC Update: ENGIE North America and Holyoke Gas & Electric have just announced a contract for the largest utility-scale energy storage project in Massachusetts at the Mt. Tom Solar facility. What is the significance of this milestone? […]

BYD to Supply Batteries to Energy Storage Leader Green Charge

First Installation is 3 MW/6 MWh System at Mt. Tom Solar; Largest Utility-Scale Energy Storage Installation in Massachusetts Santa Clara, California – October 19, 2017 – Green Charge, an ENGIE company, today announced that BYD is now supplying batteries to Green Charge. Green Charge’s first installation of BYD batteries will be for the recently announced six-megawatt-hour […]

Installation of green energy storage facility on Mt. Tom underway

This project will help to stabilize rates for Holyoke Gas & Electric customers over the next 20 years. “This benefits the residents and rate payers in Holyoke,” Communications Director Kate Sullivan said, adding that it’s “really part of our commitment to keep rates stable in Holyoke and provide renewable energy.”