ESS Provides Long-Duration Energy Warehouse to Camp Pendleton Marine Corp. Training Facility Microgrid

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The U.S. Marine Corps recently announced a $1 million CleanSpark designed and built microgrid at its Camp Pendleton base near San Diego has gone live. And ESS, a provider of energy storage systems, announced this week it has deployed a long-duration energy warehouse battery system at the very same Marine Corps Base. The U.S. Marine Corps … [Read more...]

Maryland Offers Energy Storage Tax Credit…Plus News about Schneider, ENGIE, Veolia and CleanSpark

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Maryland offering energy storage tax credit The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is accepting applications for its 2019 energy storage tax credit program, designed to boost use of the resource among households and businesses in the state. Maryland made national news in 2017 as the first state to pass a bill allowing taxpayers to claim … [Read more...]

Are Cryptocurrency Miners a New Market for Solar Plus Storage Microgrids?

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Cryptocurrency miners are considering microgrids to meet the high energy demand of Bitcoin production -- and a California microgrid developer is on top of the trend. San Diego-based CleanSpark is designing a grid-connected, solar plus storage microgrid for a large, unnamed cryptocurrency mining operation. The project is noteworthy because of … [Read more...]

Miramar Microgrid Update…$22.3B Energy Storage Microgrid Market…& Other Project News

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Miramar microgrid to be complete next year Construction is now underway on the Miramar microgrid, one of the largest and most carefully watched military microgrids, and a joint venture of Schneider Electric and Black & Veatch. U.S. Marine Corps and Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest leadership hosted a ceremony Sept. 28 to … [Read more...]

CleanSpark Inks Military Microgrid Deal & News from Maryland DOT and Tecogen

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CleanSpark to provide military microgrid at Pendleton CleanSpark has won a $900,000 contract to work on a military microgrid at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton near San Diego. The California-based microgrid developer will install a turn-key advanced microgrid as a sub-contractor to Bethel-Webcor JV, which is designing and constructing … [Read more...]

CleanSpark’s Latest Project: A Hint of the Grid of Microgrids to Come?

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A small microgrid being developed at a California golf club by CleanSpark offers a hint of the grid of microgrids or ‘fractal grid’ energy futurists foresee. A developer of microgrid control technology, CleanSpark last week announced completion of the $2.7 million phase one of the microgrid at the Rams Hill Golf Club. The microgrid itself … [Read more...]

Deal Showcases How to Run Microgrids on Clean Baseload Energy

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In a $36 million deal that showcases how to run microgrids on clean baseload energy, Stratean, a developer of a clean gasification system, has acquired CleanSpark, a provider of engineering, software and controls for distributed energy systems. The two companies say the deal will solve a critical challenge facing microgrid developers today: the … [Read more...]

China’s First Microgrid, CleanSpark Expansion, Eaton Award

China's first microgrid project has begun operating in Beijing, according to China's People's Daily Online. The first government-funded microgrid, it includes three wind turbines and numerous rooftop solar panels,  located in the high-tech incubator in the Badaling economic zone of Yanqing county. It can work independently from the main grid, … [Read more...]

Remote Microgrids, Corruption, Celebrities and Other Quick Microgrid News

When it comes to electricity markets, small and remote is getting big. In fact, the worldwide value of remote microgrids and nanogrids is expected to grow from $10.9 billion in 2015 to $196.5 billion in 2024, according to a new report by Navigant Research. Navigant looked at the cumulative global value of assets and services related to … [Read more...]