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By Tracy Fosterling
on 4/17/2019
  • General Interest
  • hawaii
  • hawaii solar
We’ve officially said Aloha and opened our new Energy Toolbase office in Honolulu, Hawaii. This office opening has been a long time coming for our team, with the planning process of more than a year and we couldn’t be more excited to have a designated team to help support new, growing markets around the world. read more...
By Energy Toolbase
on 4/15/2019
Onsite information and training sessions on machine-learning energy storage sizing and monitoring technology April 15 , 2019 — HOUSTON, TEXAS — Pason Power, a provider of adaptive intelligent software for energy assets, announced today it will be joining Eguana Technologies, a leading supplier of residential and commercial energy storage systems, ... read more...
By Tracy Fosterling
on 4/10/2019
  • General Interest
  • hawaii solar
  • solar power
Energy Toolbase is announcing the opening of a new office in the Aloha State to service customers in Hawaii, Australia and other markets throughout the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. The sales and support office will enable the company to better serve the needs of their rapidly expanding customer base and provide more hours of support overlap across different time zones. read more...
By Adam Gerza
on 4/4/2019
  • energy storage
  • project development
  • SGIP
We made a small update to the logic we use to calculate (SGIP) Self Generation Incentive Program energy storage incentives that we want to make users aware of. The SGIP Program Handbook states that the energy capacity of a storage system, which the SGIP incentive is paid based on, is ... read more...
By Adam Gerza
on 3/28/2019
  • energy storage
  • project development
  • top posts
A historic thing happened earlier this month for residential energy storage economics. For the first time ever, the project economics of a solar + storage project operated in time-of-use (TOU) arbitrage mode, beat the economics of a standalone solar PV project. This noteworthy occurrence happened in the Southern California Edison ... read more...