• 6/13/17 3:27 pm EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Over the last two decades, global demand for carbon-free power has skyrocketed, and this trend shows no signs of letting up. In the US, about half of the states have renewable portfolio standards that mandate 15% to 25% of installed power generation come from renewable sources by 2020 or 2025. Wind and solar energy can provide part of that, but their intermittent nature requires them to be backed up by energy storage. While batteries get most of the press, another option already exists andmore...
  • 6/12/17 10:19 am EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    The global market for rechargeable storage has already reached roughly $60 billion globally, with a 10% compound annual growth rate anticipated through at least 2020.The top revenue driver in battery storage, at least in the short term, is the utility sector and its need to cope with a rapidly evolving power ecosystem. By 2035, non-hydro renewable energy will account for 20% of the power installed in the US, up from only 7% in 2016, but because of their intermittency, wind and solar systemsmore...
  • 5/24/17 9:34 am EDT
    Eddie Temistokle, Toshiba America, Inc.
    Since the recent US election there’s been a lot of talk in the media and on financial news programs about the upcoming boom in infrastructure construction. There is no denying that a significant investment in US infrastructure is needed.more...
  • 5/15/17 10:01 am EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    Robotics and automation technologies are quite common throughout the factory and manufacturing sectors, but Toshiba recognizes the potential market in distribution warehouses and sorting centers for intelligent robotics and logistics solutions.more...
  • 5/11/17 12:19 pm EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    The challenge: How do we grow our economy and meet increasing electricity demands while protecting the environment and our future? Such a complex question cannot be answered with one simple solution, according to a new whitepaper from Frost & Sullivan.America’s energy future requires a mix of sources made more efficient and cleaner by innovative technology. Cheap and abundant natural gas is seeing continued improvements in efficiency and emissions reduction, while advanced carbon capturemore...
  • 5/3/17 4:38 pm EDT
    Toshiba America, Inc.
    As the global demand for energy continues to rise, meeting it will require energy storage. Whether powering a smart watch or stabilizing a smart grid, backing up a major enterprise data center or a small rooftop solar panel, energy storage affects all facets of modern life, and its importance in the future cannot be overemphasized. , according to research by Frost & Sullivan.more...

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