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Issue 3: Grid Storage

5 June 2013

Editor's Note

Cover image "Batteries" by Flickr User Razor512 is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Articles

5 June 2013
Post-doctoral scholars Charles Barnhart and Mik Dale assess the extent to which the energy storage industry will help us transition to a low-carbon economy.
5 June 2013
The wide expansion of utility-scale energy storage will involve a variety of policy and regulatory decisions. Stanford student Hunter Ellis takes a look forward at how this landscape will affect the industry.
5 June 2013

Chief Scientist and Co-Founder of Sail Energy Danielle Fong discusses new innovations within the compressed air energy storage industry which dramatically improve efficiencies.

5 June 2013
Professor Emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering Robert Huggins discusses the past, present, and future of the most common and well-known energy storage device – the battery.
5 June 2013
Buildings consume 41 percent of the total energy and 70 percent of the electricity in the US, meaning there is ample room for demand optimization using energy storage.
5 June 2013
The need and viability of energy storage varies from place to place. How can the PV-saturated nation of Germany benefit from widescale energy storage?
5 June 2013
Stanford Alum Kevin Hettrich describes the numerous advantages of electric vehicle transportation, as well as drawbacks which have prevented widespread penetration in the markets.