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Principal NorthBridge Energy Partners, LLC

Peter Kelly-Detwiler has nearly 30 years of experience in the area of electric energy, retail power, and distributed energy assets. Mr. Kelly-Detwiler provides strategic expertise in the areas of...

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  • Jan 26, 2022

1) 1st liquid hydrogen carrier ships brown hydrogen from Melbourne to Kobe in test of new hydrogen shipping tech.

2) MidAmerican Energy proposes 2,042 MW of wind and 50 MW of solar, and intends to evaluate other tech, such as energy storage, small modular nukes, and carbon capture.

3) Datacenter co Equinix pushes the envelope on sustainable data centers w/new facility using liquid cooled servers, fuel cells, sodium ion batteries, and intelligent power management system. 

4) California Community Power approves eight hour, 69 MW, 552 MWH storage project using li-ion batteries, beating out other storage technologies.  

5) CT's Regulators launch storage program specifying 580 MW through 2030 for the states' two utilities, w/incentives for resi and C/I sectors. 

6) Fluence Energy signs agreement w/Solid-State battery co. QuantumScape to find ways to use their battery technology on the grid.

7) Chinese battery behemoth CATL unveils EV battery swap business, w/modular swap solution and standardized battery blocks. Claims "high compatibility" and ability to serve estimated 80% of today's global EV platform-based models and 100% of models in next three years.

8) Scotland selects 17 offshore wind projects, at nearly 25,000 MW of total capacity. 10 projects, and more than half of the awarded capacity are using floating wind technology. #batteries #windenergy #offshorewind#sustainability #thenergyswitch #EVs #electricity



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