ENGIE Is on a Distributed-Energy Acquisition Spree. How’s It Going?

Several months after ENGIE rebranded a handful of its recent acquisitions, Greentech Media checks in on the changes.

Boosting school district revenue and sustainability with energy storage

Q&A with Mike Mathiesen of Mountain View Los Altos High School District

From coal plant to solar farm: Power storage site sees grand opening in Holyoke

Holyoke's got sunshine on a cloudy day. Or at least Holyoke Gas & Electric does. The city's municipal power utility is storing solar-generated electricity at property that was once part of the Mount Tom Power Station coal-and-oil fired electricity…

Holyoke solar plant gets battery storage

The new storage system, slated to start providing service this fall, is operated by ENGIE Storage for municipally owned utility Holyoke Gas & Electric under a 20-year contract.

Compromise Clears Path for Major Massachusetts Solar and Storage Incentive

The agreement lets storage developers keep control of their capacity rights, and utilities get a new revenue stream to offset the solar incentive costs.

How well do you know your incentive programs? Clever energy storage financing could boost your general fund.

CA school districts and community colleges can use Prop 51 funds to invest in energy storage and quickly generate a return – turning a combination of savings, revenues and incentives into general funds.

Energy Storage Will Revolutionise the Energy Sector

The founder and CEO of Green Charge talks about how energy storage will revolutionise the energy sector.

Has California built its last natural gas plant?

Two pending decisions from state regulators will decide how California moves toward a clean(er) energy future.
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Selma-Kingsburg-Fowler County Sanitation District to Save $14.7 Million in Energy Costs with Integrated Solar and Battery Storage

On November 8th, Selma-Kingsburg-Fowler County Sanitation District (SKFCSD) celebrated a major milestone in the implementation of its new energy program with two ENGIE North America companies, OpTerra Energy Services and Green Charge.

Green Charge Moves Into Utility-Scale Storage With Massachusetts Project

Storage developer Green Charge has made its first foray into utility-scale projects with a 3-megawatt/6-megawatt-hour deal in Massachusetts, marking an early entry in that state's nascent storage market.