NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, 10-26: PUBLIC WANTS SOLAR HOT WATER; NEW ENERGY BENEFITS IN WISCONSIN; THE STATE OF ENERGY STORAGE

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    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

    QUICK NEWS, 10-26: PUBLIC WANTS SOLAR HOT WATER; NEW ENERGY BENEFITS IN WISCONSIN; THE STATE OF ENERGY STORAGE

    PUBLIC WANTS SOLAR HOT WATER
    SEIA Investigation Points To Strong Support For Solar Thermal
    18 October 2011 (Solar Industry)

    "…[A Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) national poll]…found that the public strongly supports solar water heating systems and the sector's potential for economic growth and job creation.

    "…[It] showed that 74% of Americans agree that the solar water heating industry will produce jobs and help the U.S. economy. Positive perceptions of solar water heating systems exceeded negative perceptions by more than 10 to 1 (48% to 4%). More broadly, solar energy is considered the energy source most deserving of U.S. government support…"


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    "Today, there are enough solar water heating systems installed in the U.S. to serve 1.5 million homes. In 2010, 35,464 solar water heating systems and 29,540 solar pool heating systems were installed. The solar heating and cooling sector represents 9% of the industry's overall domestic value…

    "In other survey findings, 46% say they would either be "extremely likely" (6%), "very likely" (9%) or "somewhat likely" (31%) to consider installing a solar water heating system in their own home. "The cost of purchasing the system" (72%) and "the cost of maintaining the system" (56%) are the top two concerns for residents in all regions and across key demographic/partisan groups."



    NEW ENERGY BENEFITS IN WISCONSIN
    The Solar and Wind Energy Supply Chain in Wisconsin…
    October 2011 (Environmental Law and Policy Center)

    "Wisconsin is home to more than 300 companies serving wind and solar energy markets…[including] old-line manufacturers that are expanding and entrepreneurial new firms focused on the clean energy sector. Businesses in the wind and solar energy sectors in Wisconsin employ approximately 6,000 and there are an additional 6,000 employees whose jobs are at least 50% tied to the renewable energy sector.

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    "These businesses operate throughout the entire supply chain, from manufacturing and systems design, to site planning, engineering, construction and installation. They include startups and long established companies. Wisconsin is ranked fifth nationwide for solar job employment…"


    THE STATE OF ENERGY STORAGE
    Nearly 600 Energy Storage Projects have been Announced or Deployed Worldwide
    October 25, 2011 (Pike Research)

    "Energy storage technologies, which offer the promise of enabling a wide range of long-duration and short-duration applications for purposes of balancing electricity grid operations, are gaining increased momentum in the global marketplace…[T]he industry still faces a variety of challenges including technology development and the need for cost reduction…"

    "…[A] new tracker report from Pike Research indicates that nearly 600 energy storage projects have been announced or deployed worldwide, with a surge of new project activity during the past decade…"

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    "…[T]he wide variety of technologies, applications, and lead times for installations in this sector can make it difficult for many industry participants to analyze the overall market...

    "Pike Research’s
    Energy Storage Tracker 4Q11 aims to identify key market trends on a holistic basis by systematically compiling the available data on all projects around the world including analysis of site, region, size, status, duration, market segment, applications and funding profiles."

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