Utility partnerships deliver wins on both sides of the meter

By Dave Margolius, Solutions Developer | January 30, 2017 Considering the rapid pace of developments in behind-the-meter energy storage, we could fill post after post on GC Update with our experiences and insights into customer-sited battery-based…

Is it finally time to add energy storage to your solar services?

It seems as though energy storage has moved from being an “industry buzzword” into something to finally seriously consider. The technology is there, and utilities are taking notice.

Latest data support bullish stance on commercial energy storage

By Vic Shao, CEO | January 19, 2017 Recently, I spoke to Green Charge employees about the state of the commercial energy storage industry and my vision for our role in it. There was much room for optimism: As the cost of a kilowatt-hour…

Energy Storage: Supporting Your Sustainability Efforts

Summary Cutting carbon emissions while cutting costs can be a daunting organizational challenge. Energy storage is a versatile tool that can help achieve that goal, allowing you to support several sustainability efforts at once while also enhancing…

Green Charge Announces Sean Kiernan Vice President and General Manager Solar and Commercial Energy Storage

Santa Clara, Calif. January 18, 2017 - Green Charge today announced Sean Kiernan as its vice president and general manager for solar and commercial energy storage. Sean is responsible for overseeing strategy and direction of the company’s…

The GridSynergy Platform: Oh, the Places It’ll Go!

By Jason Goodhand, Director of Business Development | January 4, 2017 More than a year ago, I was an ENGIE employee working on new business initiatives in Houston. Looking into the energy storage business, my colleagues and I reached…
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Grossmont Union High School District Case Study

California's largest K-12 energy storage project offers many opportunities to learn Serving more than 22,000 students at 11 schools across La Mesa, California, Grossmont Union High School District has been pulling out all the stops to keep…

Schools Save Millions with Solar + Storage

The 125,000 public schools in the U.S. spend $8 billion annually on energy. To reduce these costs, many school districts are looking to energy efficiency, solar, and energy storage.