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The Networked EV: The Convergence of Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles

This report examines in detail the technology and planning considerations that will enable a successful smart grid-EV convergence.

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Thin-Film and Printable Battery Markets: 2010, Nanomarkets Report

Thin-Film and Printable Battery Markets: 2010 report examines the business opportunities for thin-film and printable batteries across a broad range of applications for which they are claimed to be suited. For each of these applications, Thin-Film and Printable Battery Markets: 2010 report examines the requirements for power sources and compare current and future performance of TF/printable batteries with the other power sources that may be used for each applications.

Energy Storage Opportunities in the Wind Power Industry, Nanomarkets Report

Energy Storage Opportunities in the Wind Power Industry analyzes in detail the requirements for wind-power related storage and where in the wind power industry purchases of energy storage systems are likely to be made. Energy Storage Opportunities in the Wind Power Industry also examines the many different energy storage technologies that might serve the needs of wind storage, ranging from established technologies such as flywheels to lithium ion batteries.

The Cleantech Report by Lux Research

Introducing the authoritative guide to emerging energy and environmental technologies. The Cleantech Report, published by Lux Research, is the first information resource to provide comprehensive analysis of cleantech - offering proprietary data, unbiased analyses, and fresh insights in emerging energy and environmental technologies

Smart Grid Coop Utility Snapshot 2011: GTM Research

Smart Grid Coop Utility Snapshot 2011 is a collaboration with the Rural Smart Grid Summit (RSGS). Inside, we present survey data from more than 70 different rural utilities. More than half of the individuals surveyed hold the title of President and/or CEO, and 92% of those surveyed claim to be decision makers.