Intelligent Energy Storage that Makes "Cents"

"Green Charge Networks is a great example of how new ideas and cutting edge technology innovation can make a real tangible impact for the grid and for customers." - Jim Marston, VP U.S. Climate and Energy  

Tax Credits for Energy Storage Would Forward Renewable Energy Tech

By our estimates, adding intelligent energy storage to a solar project could boost investor returns by as much as 15%, all while reducing greenhouse gases and lowering stress on America’s aging electric grid. As a result, Lux Research estimates…

In the Aftermath of Earth Day

The challenge is integrating new renewable energy into an electric grid designed for centralized fossil fuel plants. This is why many businesses, cities, and homes are beginning to integrate energy storage with their solar PV and EV chargers,…

In the Aftermath of Earth Day

Celebrating Earth Day often feels like New Year’s Eve. We all get excited, drink some environmental kool-aid and make pledges like cutting carbon that we subsequently forget until the next Earth Day. But the aftermath of this Earth Day feels…

How 10 innovative companies are giving energy storage a jolt

Green Charge has developed a way to reduce these demand charges with its no-money-down lithium-ion battery-based GreenStation energy storage solution for behind-the-meter projects up to 500 kilowatts. It is designed to complement onsite solar,…

Legislation That Boosts Energy Storage and Self Generation

California is a leader in boosting energy storage and self generation for commercial and industrial energy users with its Self Generation Incentive Program. Other states are expected to follow, says Vic Shao, CEO of Green Charge Networks in…

GCN Helps California City Achieve Sustainability Goals Through Intelligent Energy Storage

Redwood City First in Bay Area to Install Smart Grid-enabled Energy Storage.  

Why Solar Isn't Enough

The past few weeks of sunny weather have been paying off, literally, for California’s solar companies. On March 16th the state set a new record by drawing more than 16% of our energy use from solar energy. But even that isn’t enough for…