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12. 02. 2019

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency Supports Energy Projects with $10 Million

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will fund 12 different energy projects and studies with $9.6 million with the goal to strengthen the integration of distributed energy resources (DER). DER describes all...


11. 02. 2019

"CommUNITY" Project by EDF Energy Wants to Introduce Local Energy Trading in Residential Blocks

Thanks to the research and development department of EDF Energy, a social housing block in Brixton, England, will in the future be able to trade solar energy generated by a PV system installed on the roof.


08. 02. 2019

Connected Energy Joins Forces with Boston Renewables to Bring Yorkshire’s Coletta & Tyson Greater Energy Performance

The cooperation between British battery manufacturer Connected Energy and Boston Renewables will enable the large European growers of ornamental plants, Coletta & Tyson, to achieve significant energy savings and become involved...



14. 09. 2014

Energy: Study Sheds New Light on Why Batteries Go Bad

A comprehensive look at how tiny particles in a lithium ion battery electrode behave shows hat rapid-charging the battery and using it to do high-power, rapidly draining work may not be as damaging as researchers had thought –...[more]


09. 09. 2014

Safe Lithium Batteries with a Long Service Life

With the help of new materials and additional improvements, researchers at Siemens have managed to make lithium-ion batteries safer and extend their service life. As part of the joint research project Intrinsically Safe Battery...[more]


EES International
01. 09. 2014

Lithium: Special material for a booming industry

As a light metal, lithium is a very valuable raw material. It is the least dense and lightest solid element at room temperature. In addition, lithium has the highest electro-chemical potential of all metals.[more]