Nick Flaherty for EE Times: After four years of evaluation, the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (Chicago, IL) is backing two key technologies for the future of battery systems. The Center was set up four years ago with a five year remit to explore new battery technology for transportation and the electricity grid that, when scaled to commercial production, are capable of delivering five times the energy density at one-fifth the cost of commercial batteries available in 2011. The Center has investigated 1,500 compounds for electrodes and 21,000 organic molecules relevant for liquid electrolytes as well as filing 52 invention disclosures and 27 patent applications, says director George Crabtree. Five techno-economic models created by JCESR for designing virtual batteries on the computer are being used to evaluate the best pathways for beyond-lithium-ion systems to reach 400 watt hours per kilogram (400 Wh/kg) and $100 per kilowatt hour ($100/kWh). Cont'd...
Former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu Among High-Profile Appointees
SunTegra partners with Moonworks to offer solar roof systems in Rhode Island.
Minister McKenna's meeting with Ballard was an opportunity for her to learn more about this Canadian clean technology company and consider how best the Government of Canada can support companies in the clean energy sector.
Exergy has done it again! For the second time this year the EXERGY Denizli Tosunlar ORC geothermal power plant received award as Top Plant among Renewable energy project
Following the incredible success of Sardinia 2015 / Arts Edition, which saw the participation of 732 delegates from more than 70 different countries from all the continents, we are proud to announce the 30th Anniversary of Sardinia Symposia, the reference forum for the international community since 1987.
A Glasgow Science Centre exhibition which explains how the energy system works has bagged a top award from Scotland's renewable energy industry.
Phono Solar delivered 90,000+ solar panels to the budding GA market
New report from U.S. Department of Energy highlights top states helping advance fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies, and the economic and environmental benefits they find as a result.
as seen by Sven Lindström, CEO, Midsummer
Solar panel prices continue to slump this week amid the fierce competition in Northern America and the cooling demand in EU. Disparity between supply and demand in the US market results in strong cut-throat competition. As major module suppliers struggle to offer slashed prices in order to maintain high utilization rates and secure more orders, solar panel prices in the US has witnessed an obvious declining. In EU, with the demand for PV installations beginning to wane on the advent of holiday season, solar panel prices are also trending downwards. In India, the intensified competition have sent solar panel prices lower as many module suppliers are trying to compete for the PV projects in 1Q17. Meanwhile, the demand and prices of solar panel in China and Japan remain fairly stable that current module prices stay almost unchanged from last week.
Powerstorm ESS, a Global Humanitarian Technology Company, Announces an Expansion to Their Advisory Board Members - Nick Moelders
As another key advisor, Nick Moelders will provide significant strategic advice and vital complementary skills required to take the company's business to the next level.
Avery Thompson for Popular Mechanics: The world's largest solar power plant has just been completed in Kamuthi, in Tamil Nadu, India. The new plant adds 648 MW to the country's generating capacity. The Kamuthi Solar Power Project takes the title of world's largest solar plant from the Topaz Solar Farm in California, which was completed two years ago and has a capacity of 550 MW. The Kamuthi Solar Power Project was built in only 8 months, and cost $679 million to complete. It contains 2.5 million individual solar panels, covers an area of almost 4 square miles, and is expected to power 150,000 homes. Cont'd...
The European Commission Winter Package: One window open for renewable heat and solar thermal, Several doors closed for renewables and decarbonisation.
The European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) welcomes the new focus on renewable heat in the new Renewable Energy Directive, although regretting several incoherences in the Winter Package, and an overall low level of ambition for the renewable energy sector.
Solaria today announced the appointment of Ted Herhold to the role of Senior Counsel, Licensing and Litigation. Mr. Herhold joins Solaria from Singularity LLP, an intellectual property law firm headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. Mr. Herhold has served as a lead counsel on patent infringement and other IP cases for national and international clients such as Apple, Adobe, Cisco, LeapFrog, Oracle, Sony, Visa, Zappos, and numerous other technology and life sciences companies.
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