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Watch: ESS boss discusses flow batteries, listing on NYSE, and U.S. infrastructure bills

ESS CEO Eric Dresselhuys joined Renewable Energy World for a conversation about the company's journey to becoming the first U.S. long-duration energy storage company to list on the New York Stock Exchange, the promise of flow battery technology, and the impact of proposed tax credits for energy storage currently being considered by the U.S. Congress.

Group targets retired American coal plants for clean energy hubs

A partnership formed between thermal energy storage developer E2S Power and global engineering giant SNC-Lavalin aims to convert American fossil-fuel power stations into clean energy hubs.

Honeywell to test new long-duration flow battery with Duke

Honeywell has developed a new flow battery technology capable of storing and discharging renewably-generated electricity for up to 12 hours.

Drone data helps a Minnesota city conserve energy

Warren, a small city in Northern Minnesota, is offering an innovative public service: images that reveal building heat loss, captured by drones.

Nine years after Hurricane Sandy, microgrids provide resiliency in New York City

A partnership launched in response to Hurricane Sandy has produced eight, state-of-the-art microgrids to provide resiliency to New York City communities nine years after the storm.
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