Search Results: Energy Storage

 
The Internet of Things Report
Advancements in technology have created a renaissance for the Internet of Things. Specific sub-sectors show promise, but significant technological hurdles still remain to realize the holistic vision. … Connected Healthcare – Spotlight & Analysis 37 Energy Efficiency – Spotlight & Analysis Summary and … IoT v1 Consumer and Quantified Self Energy Management Mass Enablement Technologies Emerging IoT v2 …
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Earth, Wind, and Fire: A Cleantech Perspective (PDF)
Cleantech Segments Ripe for M&A19 Solar Energy Heats Up26 Efficiency Technologies30 Energy Storage … Technology Companies53 Appendix 6: Landscape of Energy Storage Companies56 Appendix 7: Landscape of Water-tech … 17 Technology and Market Maturity of Solar Energy Cell Technologies 23 Figure 18 Solar Energy VC … Applications 32 Figure 24 Overview of Energy Storage Technologies 35 Figure 25 Energy Storage VC …
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SVB Analytics Q4 2010 Quarterly Trends Report
Government policy in 2010 regarding energy and the environment created significant headwinds for the … the cleantech sector – in particular the energy generation and energy efficiency segments – has experienced headwinds from …
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Global New Energy Summit
participate, creating a highly interactive agenda. The Global New Energy Summit … 19T21:00:002.08:00:00Global New Energy SummitThe Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, COFalseSilicon … Valley Bank is proud to sponsor the third annual Global New Energy Summit. Around 400 leaders … continues to attract some of the most influential names in energy, and this … wind, algae biofuels, storage, smart grid   …
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Cleantech
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Featured Commentary & Analysis


Cleantech
June 03, 2010 Posted by
On April 8-9, 2010, Silicon Valley Bank broughttogether 104 experts from the entrepreneurial, venture capital, energy,academic and policy worlds to discuss critical issues affecting the long termgrowth of the energy generation, storage and efficiency markets.  Here are our key takeaways from this set ofinvigorating, closed door discussions.
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Cleantech
April 01, 2013 Posted by
SVB’s latest cleantech report on energy storage reviews the market drivers, challenges and opportunities for this integral piece of the cleantech ecosystem. The report provides detail on the technologies, the drivers of growth, the exit environment and investment activity. We outline the following ten important trends that influence the growth of energy storage, the key to the viability of renewable energy.
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Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by
The last year has seen a wave of investment and utility interest in home and business energy intelligence tools. Power providers and companies that supply infrastructure envision a smart grid that will provide significant improvements over the current utility distribution grid. Targeted improvements include automated meter reading, faster outage detection and repair, demand response tools to reduce energy usage during peak usage times, and load shifting capabilities to distribute power to high demand areas in real time.
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Cleantech
April 09, 2010 Posted by

The increasing integration of intermittent renewable energy sources such as wind and solar onto the grid has the potential to negatively impact overall electric reliability. Utilities and regulators at the state and federal level have promoted a number of pilots to explore new grid storage technologies, including flow batteries, compressed air energy storage, and flywheels. However, the benefits to the grid straddle jurisdictional boundaries between generation, transmission, and distribution. How should storage be paid for and by whom? What will be the public reaction in terms of siting, permitting, and local NIMBY resistance? How big a role can storage ultimately play in achieving renewable energy mandates, such as California’s 2020 RPS?

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Cleantech
May 15, 2012 Posted by

Cleantech is increasingly a diverse and pervasive concept. As our Cleantech business grows and expands to where innovators take us technologically, geographically, or with new models, we are tracking those dynamics closely.

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