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Younicos launches service to rent energy storage systems.
Younicos launches a new “Energy-Storage-as-a-Service” rental offering.
Younicos will upgrade a 10MW energy storage system at one of Hawaii’s largest wind farms.
Younicos will commission a 10 MW battery-based energy storage system upgrade at the site of the Kaheawa wind farm on the island of Maui, Hawaii.
Statoil’s 30MW Hywind Scotland project, the world’s first floating wind farm, will be wired into an onshore energy storage system (ESS) delivered by German specialist Younicos.
Younicos will be working with Statoil on the 1-MW battery that will be connected to the world’s first floating wind farm “Hywind”.
Two Singapore led consortiums will test how energy storage systems can be used to integrate renewably generated power on to the city-state’s grid. A RDP-led consortium will use German battery storage company Younicos’ VRFB for a 2MWh test-bed.
Younicos again made it into Energy Storage News’ top ten list of energy storage integrators.
UK utility Centrica has completed the installation of a 3MW lithium-ion commercial battery storage to ensure grid reliability for Gateshead’s power network.
Younicos’ acquisition by Aggreko may help to expedite the widespread adoption and cost reduction necessary to take storage into the fast lane.
Clean Technica’s Roy Hales reports on the successful black start of a major grid using a battery and explains the significance of this important milestone.
Greentech Media’s Jason Deign takes the expansion of EU’s first commercial storage plant as proof of the adaptability of batteries for grid services.
UK generator and temperature-control rental company Aggreko has entered an agreement to buy German energy storage pioneer Younicos to strengthen its expansion in global energy markets.
Greentech Media points to our project at Panasonic Denver HQ to show how several early adopters have found success in the microgrids-as-service business model.
Our CEO Stephen L. Prince explains how C&I energy users can leverage the fundamental shift in electricity production by embracing intelligent energy storage.
Energy storage is a new field and still attracts many newcomers. Stephen Prince, President and CEO of Younicos, knows what is crucial to the success of battery storage systems.
Panasonic’s operations hub in Denver has a brand new microgrid. Younicos – in partnership with Panasonic and Xcel Energy – has commissioned a solar plus storage microgrid for a smart transit project underway in Denver.
The global energy sector is undergoing fundamental change. While predicting the outcome of this ongoing disruption is notoriously difficult, it’s a safe bet that intelligent energy storage will be a key building block of Grid 2.0.
Amid surge in solar and wind power generation and their intermittent nature, the battery storage demand has increased manifold, and now batteries are big enough to give power backup to mega cities.
Panasonic, Xcel Energy, and Younicos have released a white paper, A Portfolio Microgrid in Denver, Colorado, that details a unique solar-plus-storage microgrid project under way at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT.
The Kodiak Electric Association (KEA) in Alaska has tapped Younicos to design, install and commission a new 3 MW battery energy storage system for Kodiak Island. The new system, which will replace one that is installed in 2012, is expected to be completed by the middle of August 2017.
Utility Dive about how year 2016 went for energy storage pioneer Younicos. The company won 75 MW of energy storage contracts in 2016. Bookings were boosted by the award of a 49-MW battery energy storage system in UK.
In Recharge magazine our CEO Stephen L. Prince explains how Commercial & Industrial energy users can leverage plug-and-play battery solutions to profit from ever cheaper renewable penetration and hedge against rising grid charges.
Energy Storage Report explains how eagerly the microgrid community awaits the successful commissioning of the world’s first grid-forming battery system on the Azorean island of Graciosa, Portugal.
Younicos has just announced that construction of the world’s first “100% renewable” grid is underway. The battery storage comes from Leclanché’s lithium-ion technology and manufacturing plant in Germany.
The dutch news channel RTL-Z reports on the renewable energy system on the Azorean island of Graciosa. Thanks to the Younicos System 4500 islanders can cover two-thirds of their energy need with cheap renewable energy.
In this article Younicos CEO Stephen L. Prince argues that the paradigm of unsustainable centralized fossil-based generation is disrupted by the growing use of distributed energy resources.
CNBC paid us a visit at our headquarters in Berlin-Adlershof where we develop and test storage solutions. Watch our co-ounder clemens Triebel explain how intelligent batteries enable enable the use of a much larger share of renewable energy.