Clean Power Professionals Group This special interest group is where you can bring thoughts and ideas on renewable energy. Visit the Generation Network to share your views on traditional generation technologies. 39,872 Subscribers Join Community Stream Experts Sponsors News Author Ben Schultz OwnerDeluxe Copywriting Follow Author Send Message About meAn experienced Australian-based correspondent, Ben reports on a wide variety of US, Australian and international topics and industries. Over the past 10 years, he has worked in magazine, television and audio/video. 14,595 content views 236 likes in total 64 items added Top Community Members James (Jim) Schetter Principal Dick Munson Director, Midwest Clean Energy Marcus Hearn SEM See More Shared Link Ben shared this link Solar plus storage is giving conventional fuels a run for their money | Ensia The increasingly competitive dynamic duo of solar photovoltaic energy plus battery storage is taking energy markets by storm Read More Source: ensia.com Ben’s Insights Follow Share Sign in to Vote 2 likes 1 comment shared on May 30, 2018 106 views It's official: Solar + Storage > Fossil fuels Tags:#solar #storage report Content Discussion Joe Steinke Recent bids for utility scale storage in Australia put battery storage costs at between $0.6 to $0.9 million per MWhr for storage for 3 major projects 2018. This is quite a bit more than battery only costs quoted in the article. Log in or register to post comments Sign in to Participate Not a member? Registering with Energy Central allows you to connect with a network of more than 200,000 global power industry professionals. Register Today, It’s Free! Related Content Adverse Effects of Solar, Wind and Battery Technology 503Sign in to Vote 3 likes Ethical Issues with Renewable Energy Waste 138Sign in to Vote 1 like Solar Panels as Toxic Waste 168Sign in to Vote 4 likes Solar Surpasses Gas and Wind as Biggest Source of New U.S. Power 62Sign in to Vote 2 likes Community Comments Nevelyn commented on ... Investors Rally to Support Swansea Bay http://www.tidallagoonpower.com/projects/swansea-bay/3d-model/ Matt commented on ... Investors Rally to Support Swansea Bay Further, a quick google finds that this is actually a 320 MW project? Maybe the number 16 came from the fact that it would have 16 turbines? Matt commented on ... Investors Rally to Support Swansea Bay "The £1.3bn project aims to construct and operate a lagoon capable of generating 16MW per hour" Paul commented on ... Military Veterans Gain Solar Skills It does like we should try to help those who are willing to serve. Thank you to all vets; we appreciate your service.