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24. 01. 2019

Enel's Second Life Battery Project Supports Electricity Supply of Spanish Enclave

The recycling project, initiated by the Enel Group and Nissan, reuses discarded car batteries from Nissan LEAF electric cars.


23. 01. 2019

Toyota and Panasonic Will Establish Battery Company

The Japanese electronics group Panasonic and the automobile manufacturer Toyota plan to found a joint battery company. The joint venture will develop and produce lithium-ion batteries, solid-state batteries and next-generation...


22. 01. 2019

Eguana Technologies and Class A Energy Solutions Announce Partnership to Deliver Home Batteries

The Australian solar manufacturer Class A Energy Solution and the Canadian battery storage company Eguana Technologies have joined forces to launch the Evolve Home Energy Storage System in Australia.



05. 03. 2018

Vanadium-Redox-Flow: Pioneering Innovation Empowers Entry into Home Storage Market | Jakob Bitner, CEO and Co-Founder, VoltStorage GmbH

The home storage market is currently dominated by lithium-based systems. High-performance alternatives such as Vanadium Redox Flow (VRF) technology have not been able to establish themselves in the past despite major advantages,...


28. 02. 2018

Technology to Watch: Moixa’s GridShare | Chris Wright, Chief Technology Officer, Moixa

Moixa is the UK’s leading home battery company. It makes the Moixa Smart Battery and is pioneering battery aggregation with its GridShare platform.


19. 02. 2018

Objectively Modeling the Economics of Energy Storage Projects | Tracy Fosterling, Content Marketing Specialist, Energy Toolbase

Determining how much money a customer-sited Energy Storage System (ESS) saves can be tricky. The savings that ESS can achieve depends on many different inputs and assumptions of the project.