GE Joins With the MIT Energy Initiative to Develop Advanced Technology Solutions for Transforming Global Energy Systems

GE commits to a five-year, $7.5 million membership with MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) GE will become a Sustaining Member of the MITEI and participate in MITEI's Low-Carbon Energy Centers Furthers GE's commitment to the Boston area and expertise focused on solutions to carbon reduction

SUNRNR of Virginia, Inc. Named National FEMA Award Winner

SUNRNR of Virginia, Inc., a manufacturer of portable solar-plus-storage generators, is the recipient of one of eleven 2016 Individual and Community Preparedness Awards given by the Federal Emergency Management Agency for practices or programs that make communities safer, better prepared, and more resilient.

Konecranes' waste-to-energy technologies help unlock bioenergy potential

A broad range of lifting and materials handling technologies specifically designed for waste-to-energy (WTE) and biomass applications is being introduced to Australasia, India and China by Konecranes as the region develops its bioenergy potential.

Could A Lithium Shortage De-Rail The Electric Car Boom?

Lithium has the purest of fundamentals of any 'commodity' out there, and the next oil barons look set to actually be lithium barons.


Industry visionary David Crane, net metering panels and cutting-edge tech top packed agenda


Mersen will display its complete portfolio of 1500VDC components for the growing solar market during Solar Power International, September 12-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Launched in mid-2015, this comprehensive product portfolio was developed for early design into 1500VDC systems.

'Ideal' energy storage material for electric vehicles developed

Walt Mills for  The energy-storage goal of a polymer dielectric material with high energy density, high power density and excellent charge-discharge efficiency for electric and hybrid vehicle use has been achieved by a team of Penn State materials scientists. The key is a unique three-dimensional sandwich-like structure that protects the dense electric field in the polymer/ceramic composite from dielectric breakdown. Their results are published today (Aug. 22) in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

"Polymers are ideal for energy storage for transportation due to their light weight, scalability and high dielectric strength," says Qing Wang, professor of materials science and engineering and the team leader. "However, the existing commercial polymer used in hybrid and electric vehicles, called BOPP, cannot stand up to the high operating temperatures without considerable additional cooling equipment. This adds to the weight and expense of the vehicles."  Cont'd...

Energy Storage North America Announces Innovation Award Finalists

Voting Now Open for the Most Innovative Energy Storage Projects in North America

BioSolar Adds Engineering Team from North Carolina A&T State University to Strengthen Its Efforts to Increase the Capacity and Reduce the Cost of Lithium-Ion Batteries

University Brings Extensive Experience in High Energy Lithium Battery Design and Environmentally Friendly Process Development

Electronics for Renewable Energies - TRUMPF Hüttinger Taps into New Markets

Renewable energies will only unlock their full potential where storage technologies and extended power grids are available. A new type of battery might be the key, and the vital electronics are now being developed at TRUMPF Hüttinger.

Enersave Launches sonnenBatterie Offering in the Northeast

Electric storage is growing in the Northeast.

Intersolar South America: S£o Paulo Solar Energy Exhibition Breaks Record

Doors open tomorrow to the 5th Intersolar South America at Expocenter Norte

US Energy Dept says "holy grail" of clean energy storage is imminent


Cat Distasio for inhabitat:  Many countries are on the brink of becoming self-sufficient in their clean energy production, thanks to advances in battery technology that allow electricity from renewable sources to be stored and used on demand. Over the years, as renewable energy generation methods have charged forward, utility companies have struggled with how to integrate that clean energy in usable ways. Now, scientists at Harvard, MIT, Stanford, the Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge labs, and other agencies are working on energy storage projects funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, with their sights set on what the department calls the ‘holy grail’ of energy policy. The department says the industry could be transformed in as little as five to ten years.

Earlier this year, Advanced Research Projects-Energy (ARPA-E), the division of the U.S. Department of Energy founded in 2009 to oversee these projects, claimed to have achieved that goal. Without pointing to a specific invention or discovery, ARPA-E insists that the solution lies amid the 75 projects the agency is funding. The breakthrough technology—the next generation of renewable energystorage—is expected to be developed for large-scale usage in as little as five to ten years.  Cont'd...

AES to Deploy 37.5 MW of Advancion® Energy Storage Arrays for SDG&E

The SDG&E-owned energy storage arrays will help to improve regional reliability and integrate greater amounts of renewable energy when operational by the end of January 2017.

Iron Edison Unveils Water Purifying System for Nickel Iron Batteries

Water deionizer will save time and money for routine electrolyte refills

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