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The Breakthrough Energy Coalition launched in Paris over the weekend. The initiative is a group of more than 25 investors from 10 different countries, including the United States, China, the United Kingdom, South Africa, France, Saudi Arabia and others, that aims to stimulate zero-emission energy innovation.

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A new more advanced satellite that can measure greenhouse gas emissions to a much greater degree is expected to launch within the next five months now that final testing has been completed. Innovative satellite-based remote sensing technology, developed by Montreal-based GHGSat, will give industrial facilities such as oil and gas, power plants, mining and waste management anywhere in the world access to critical GHG data that will enable them to action to reduce their emissions.

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Enbridge Inc. has purchased the 103 MW New Creek Wind Project from EverPower Wind Holdings LLC for $200 million. The project is located in Grant County WV and will consist of 49 Gamesa G97/G90 turbines. New Creek is expected to be fully operational in December 2016.

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Energy storage appears to becoming a big part of Toronto Hydro’s plan to extend the life of existing assets and reduce the cost of expensive upgrades down the road. The utility showed off its commitment to energy storage last week when, in conjunction with Hydrostor, it unveiled the first underwater compressed air energy storage (CAES) deployment. Toronto Hydro also inked an agreement to deploy distributed energy storage in the form of a pole-mounted, smart battery system from eCamion.

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The benefits of energy storage on hydro poles will be put through its paces beginning later this year when Toronto Hydro installs the first such unit developed by eCamion. A second unit is expected to be deployed next year. The community energy storage company teamed up with Ryerson University to secure funding from the Ontario Smart Grid Fund to create a pole top energy storage device, equipped with a smart inverter.

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It’s only been a week since Hydrostor announced the first commercial deployment of its underwater compressed air energy storage (CAES) system with Toronto Hydro, but its second installation in Aruba, already well advanced in the permitting phase, could break ground next year. Curtis VanWelleghem, CEO at Hydrostor, tells Canadian Green Tech that getting the first project done and showing some operating data are the next steps before putting shovels in the ground in Caribbean island nation.

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