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  • Demand for lithium-ion batteries is growing. So why does Johnson Controls want out of its joint venture with Saft? Find out in Battery JV Sapped by Rift.

  • Like a mega-sized game of parkour, a new project will see solar wattage leaping onto the grid from industrial roofs in 28 states. Learn who's behind it in Rooftop Revolution.

  • With new projects in Indiana, Ontario, its home country of Austria and elsewhere, fast-growing welding system, battery charger and solar power inverter manufacturer Fronius International is achieving a High Rate of Conversion.

  • "We're from the government and we're here to help." So goes the punchline. But every wisecrack contains a grain of truth, and it's in that spirit that this month's edition of Energy Matters offers an array of practical government resources that could actually help you conduct business, on matters ranging from biomass feedstock to lowest-cost industrial power locations to an incredibly deep and sortable database of U.S. energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives. We also offer news on matters involving the first "grid-positive" college campus in U.S. history; which EU nations will be increasing their wind power generation the most; two big projects just unleashed in Colorado; and an interesting backup power fuel system installed at the new U.S. embassy in Guangzhou, China.

Want more? Make sure to visit the Energy Report Archive.

Vol.3 , Issue 07

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