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IN² Demonstration: Getting V2G Good To Go

NREL news. The key part of NineDot Energy’s success is understanding the time and place to improve the grid, and [...]

NineDot Energy announces support for the NYC municipal zero-emission vehicles bill

Announcement. NineDot Energy today announced its support for Int. 0279-2022, the NYC Municipal Zero-Emission Vehicles Bill (ZEV4NYC).

NineDot Energy secures $85 million construction-to-term debt facility

Announcement: NineDot Energy®, a leading developer of community-scale clean energy projects backed by the global investment firm Carlyle (NASDAQ: CG), [...]

Back-up energy site coming to Staten Island. How will it be used support the borough’s electrical grid?

SILive: In a small space tucked between a gourmet sandwich shop and the long-vacant Lincoln Plumbing warehouse, Staten Island is [...]

New York City is using more green energy. But it has a storage problem

New York Times: Lithium-ion batteries hold hours worth of backup power for when the city needs it. But where will [...]

Clean-energy startup wants to turn underused properties into community battery-farm projects

Crain’s: When David Arfin co-founded the company that would become NineDot Energy in 2015, he sought to build on the [...]

Revel, Fermata Energy, NineDot Energy launch first V2G system on NYC’s grid

Announcement: Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) system at Revel’s Red Hook warehouse feeds energy stored in electric vehicles (EVs) back into the grid [...]

NineDot Energy launches community-scale Bronx battery energy storage site

Announcement: The NineDot site, including the first Tesla Megapack system deployed in New York City, is a model for urban [...]

Make It in Brooklyn: NineDot

Downtown Brooklyn: For NineDot Energy, the goal is to develop cheaper, cleaner, more resilient energy sources and technologies. Based in [...]

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