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Hybrid Power


Coverage of electricity systems that generate power from two or more sources, typically sharing a single connection point.

Solving the Intermittency Problem with Battery Storage

The perfect storm of crises and policy directives have converged to create the energy storage moment. Between the drive to reduce carbon output to “net zero” over the coming decades…



Natural Gas Bans Expensive, and Would Impact Electric Grid Reliability

Major cities including San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, and New York have either enacted or proposed measures to ban or discourage the use of natural gas in new homes and buildings,…


Electrification Is the Sustainable Choice, but the Transition Is Not Just Technical

Energy powers everything we do. Where and how we create it—and how we store and distribute it—is constantly evolving. One of the most likely evolutions is electrification, which promises to…


Grid Interconnection Queue Filled with Solar and Energy Storage Projects

A study conducted by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) shows more than 1.1 TW of solar and energy storage capacity were in the U.S. power grid’s interconnection queue…


Electrification Ignites Debate Over Future of Energy

Electrification—replacing fossil fuels with electricity to provide power—is a major part of the global effort toward decarbonization. It touches many sectors, and is sparking even more discussion about its impact…


Smart, Hybrid, Distributed: MHI Completes EBLOX Demonstration Plant in Turkey

Construction of a power plant in Turkey that will demonstrate a stand-alone “triple hybrid” system featuring renewable power sources, a reciprocating engine generator, and a battery has been completed. Mitsubishi…