#ICYMI Cleantech News 2/19/16
Welcome again to our series of regular In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) cleantech news blog posts. These blog posts feature some of the most interesting, compelling and/or impactful cleantech news of the week.
This week’s highlights include Boeing delivering a fuel cell energy storage system to the U.S. Navy for testing; a potential investment of $8.4 billion in the UK’s offshore wind-power market; and a Greentech Media feature on how companies are moving from pilots to real-world deployments in distributed energy and grid edge integration.
Here are some of the top stories in cleantech this week:
- WIND: Bloomberg’s Jessica Shankleman reported that the world’s biggest offshore wind-power market may be about to get even bigger as three companies decide whether they’ll commit 7.5 billion euros ($8.4 billion) to increase the U.K.’s installed offshore capacity by more than a third.
- ENERGY STORAGE: Boeing delivered a fuel cell energy storage system to the U.S. Navy for testing that will determine the system’s ability to support the energy needs of military and commercial customers, reported Renewable Energy World.
- TRANSIT: Utility Dive featured a story on utilizing stored energy from public transit for grid services.
- DISTRIBUTECH: Greentech Media’s Jeff St. John analyzed how companies are moving from pilots to real-world deployments in distributed energy and grid edge integration.
- IoT: Elgato’s Eve Energy device allows users to monitor and control their home’s energy usage, reported TechCrunch’s Sarah Perez.
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