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Carilec Renewable Energy Forum

Posted September 21, 2014 in Events

Event Details: September 21-24, 2014 Tortola, British Virgin Islands http://www.carilec.com Temporal Power was the Platinum Sponsor of the event and presented the flywheel technology to the conference attendees.

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Grid-Connected Flywheel Energy Storage Facility

Posted August 11, 2014 in Industry News

By: Alternative Energy Magazine Read the full article here Temporal Power recently announced, in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy (Ontario, Canada) and NRStor, the first grid-connected flywheel energy storage facility.  Can you tell us more about this and about the recent advancements in Ontario in terms of energy storage innovations? As the first jurisdiction […]

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Minister of Energy and NRStor Announce First Grid-Connected Energy Storage Facility in Ontario

Posted July 22, 2014 in Press Releases

NRStor commences commercial operations of 2MW Temporal Power flywheel facility, providing regulation service to Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator HARRISTON, TOWN OF MINTO, Jul. 22, 2014 – Today, the Minister of Energy, the Honourable Bob Chiarelli, announced the commencement of commercial operations for NRStor Incorporated’s (NRStor) 2 megawatt (MW) Temporal Power Limited (Temporal Power) flywheel […]

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NRStor’s CEO talks energy storage at 9th Annual Renewable Energy Conference in Halifax

Posted April 17, 2014 in Industry News, News

Annette Verschuren says she is working on bringing bright ideas back home to Nova Scotia. The Cape Breton native, now the CEO of NRStor Inc., a developer of energy storage projects, said the Toronto company is eyeing opportunities in the province. “Money is not an issue,” she said. “If we can get a contract with Nova Scotia […]

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Ontario to Move Forward on Energy Storage

Posted February 27, 2014 in Industry News, News

Ontario has experienced extraordinary growth in renewable power production, with wind and solar leading the way. However, as these new sources are highly dependent on wind strength, cloud cover and sun position, renewable power production does not always match up well with predictable periods of customer demand. Lamentably, power authorities are occasionally forced to sell […]

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