Category Archives: 2013

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eCAMION Sponsors Renewable Energy Storage Summit

Thanks in part to eCAMION, the highly successful Renewable Energy Storage Summit brought together a range of developers, investors and experts together to discuss the future of energy storage and how the structure of the wind energy sector will effect the industry.

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“A Simple, Effective, Achievable” Plan creates a market strategy for eCAMION Inc’s entry into Japanese energy storage market

MARKHAM, ON, May 31, 2013 /CNW/ – eCAMION supports winning entry into Manulife: Entry Into Asia Challenge. Team New Horizons selected eCAMION as its small to medium enterprise (SME) and won first prize in the Manulife: Entry Into Asia Challenge. Teams of business students competed to determine which team has the best business case to

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Minister Fast Launches New Start-Up Program to Help Canadian Companies Succeed Abroad

Business development initiative to accelerate growth of innovative cleantech small and medium-sized enterprises abroad March 12, 2013 – The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, announced today in New York City that 10 promising Canadian start-up companies have been selected as the inaugural class for a new Canadian

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Balancing Supply and Demand with Community Energy Storage

Energy production has its own “law” of supply-and-demand: the power company must be able to supply enough energy to meet virtually any demand at any time. Because demand varies throughout the day and nobody wants to generate more than necessary, most power companies have peak power plants that fire up only when needed. Often these

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eCAMION Delivers Community Energy Storage to Toronto Hydro

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eCAMION and their community energy storage solution

Energy storage is the linchpin that will solve many problems experienced by electric utilities, such as handling growing demands from consumers, smoothing out the intermittent nature of wind and solar power, and responding to aging infrastructure concerns. We are less than a month into 2013 and already one of MaRS’ cleantech companies has lived up

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Toronto Hydro Introduces the First Urban Community Energy Storage Project

Toronto Hydro, working with eCAMION Inc., The University of Toronto and Dow Kokam LLC, has unveiled the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow Toronto Hydro to monitor this technology, and help validate

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Community Energy Storage Installed In North York

A community energy storage (CES) system has been installed in North York, in Toronto, Canada. It is a delight to write about community energy projects, as they bring money to local communities, and sometimes employment. This one provides direct backup (as opposed to power station backup) and facilitates a reliable supply of electricity right there

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Toronto Hydro Introduces Urban Community Energy Storage System in North York

January 25, 2013 – A consortium led by eCamion—along with Toronto Hydro, the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam—has unveiled what it says is the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, Ont., the community energy storage (CES) system will allow

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First Urban Community Energy Storage Project Opens in Toronto

A consortium led by eCAMION Inc. with Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited, the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC has unveiled the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow Toronto Hydro to monitor

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Energy Storage is Injecting Itself Into Utility Markets

Duke and Toronto Hydro Unveil Two Projects Now that Duke Energy is firing up a 36-megawatt energy storage and power management system at its wind project in west Texas, it is saying that such progress could lead to an increasing amount of green energy. How realistic is this? Energy storage systems not only harness power

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Community Energy Storage

Introducing the first urban community energy storage project. Learn how this project is improving power quality, energy flow and reliability. The Evolution of a Battery – From a Car to Your Home A consortium led by eCAMION Inc. with Toronto Hydro, the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC has unveiled the first energy storage

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Toronto Hydro Unveils New Energy Storage Unit

Toronto’s electrical infrastructure is aging and the demand for energy is ever-increasing. And while the “smart gird” industry continues to offer new technological tools, innovators are often faced with a difficult question, ‘How do you incorporate new technology into an old system without having to tear it down and start from scratch?’ A Toronto consortium

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Big Batteries Could Solve Hydro Surges and Shortages

Toronto Hydro is experimenting with big batteries to store and supply power to homes and businesses. The next big thing in keeping your lights on sits in a trio of unremarkable green metal boxes outside Roding Community Centre in North York. At first blush it doesn’t sound radical: In effect, it’s a battery. But it’s

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Toronto Hydro Introduces Urban Community Energy Storage Project

A consortium led by eCAMION Inc. with Toronto Hydro, the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam has unveiled an energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow Toronto Hydro to monitor this technology, and help

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York Region’s eCAMION Inc. Unveils North America’s Largest Urban Energy Storage System in Partnership with Toronto Hydro

A consortium led by York Region’s eCAMION Inc. with Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (“Toronto Hydro”), the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC has unveiled the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow

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Toronto Hydro Introduces the First Urban Community Energy Storage Project

The Evolution of a Battery – From a Car to Your Home TORONTO, Jan. 21, 2013 /CNW/ – A consortium led by eCAMION Inc. (“eCAMION”) with Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (“Toronto Hydro”), the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC has unveiled the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre

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Toronto’s First Community Energy Storage System

eCAMION Inc. (“eCAMION”) partnered with Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (“Toronto Hydro”), the University of Toronto, and Dow Kokam LLC to unveil the first energy storage system installed directly into an urban community. Located at the Roding Arena and Community Centre in North York, this community energy storage (CES) system will allow Toronto Hydro to oversee

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