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15. 11. 2018

Turkey is Girding Up Its Loins for the Upcoming Energy Storage Revolution

Since its dependency on foreign energy supplies is higher than 80%, and the generous solar irradiation and insolation has accelerated the domestic development in solar energy in recent years, Turkey has become the largest PV...

 

14. 11. 2018

Low Carbon Technologies Project Investigates the Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Power Grid

ElectraLink has teamed up with Western Power Distribution to launch a project to investigate the impact of electric vehicles and other low carbon technologies on the power grid.

 

13. 11. 2018

Alelion Enters the Market with NIMA Freistrom

Swedish supplier Alelion will be offering an electricity tariff calles „Nima Freistrom“, which will allow customers the entire capacity of electricity that her plant produces.

 

Articles

15. 01. 2018

Solar Energy for the Future of Urban Student Housing | Jochen Endle, Director Corporate Communications, Hanwha Q CELLS

Urban Rigger is a revolutionary form of student housing which combines attractive and affordable habitation with sustainability and innovative thinking.

 

07. 12. 2017

No Sun. No Wind. No Problem. Is This the Energy Storage Solution We Have Been Waiting For? | Tom Barczak, Ph.D., Vice President, Solar Wind Storage LLC

There is no other energy storage system that provides the location flexibility, scalable capacity, and the small surface footprint that this patented hydrogen-based system delivers.

 

01. 12. 2017

Global Batteries Based on Local Development – The Amagasaki Battery Materials Application Center in Japan | Dr. Markus Hoelzle, Director Battery Materials Development, BASF SE

Every working day in BASF’s global battery materials development network starts in Japan, the land of the rising sun. A few hours after the last e-mails with data updates have been sent out by the R&D team in the United States,...