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Clean Grid Technology, Energy Storage

Mobile Battery System Launches to Mend Swedish Grid

2 Jun , 2020  

This article was originally published on greentechmedia.com on May 18, 2020. Swedish battery maker Northvolt and state-owned utility Vattenfall launched a new modular and fully mobile energy storage system on Friday, one they say will be able to patch up stressed grids during a period of rapid electrification. While the system has a more obvious role to play in replacing […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Energy Storage

Tesla Delivers on 100-day Australia Battery Grid Promise

4 Jan , 2018  


Tesla Fulfilled Its 100-Day Australia Battery Bet. What’s That Mean for the Industry? greentechmendia.com, November 27, 2017 Credit where credit is due: Elon Musk made a crazy, eye-catching promise, and he delivered. After a series of regional blackouts that shook South Australia in September 2016 and February 2017, a fierce debate emerged over how to manage the […]

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Clean Grid Technology, Connectivity, Energy Storage

Tehachapi Wind Resource Area’s Battery Storage Project

10 Feb , 2015  


Tehachapi Wind Resource Area’s Battery Storage Project Jesse Remillard for Zondits, February 10, 2015 Southern California Edison has announced the opening of an 8 MW, 32 MWh (4 hour) lithium-ion battery system to demonstrate the capability of battery energy storage to support wind generation and improve grid resiliency. The system is located at the Tehachapi […]

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Industrial Technology, Process

Ammonia-based Battery: Converting Waste Heat into Electricity

10 Dec , 2014  

As modern power generation methods are designed to squeeze the most power from the least amount of fuel, engineers are constantly looking at techniques to improve efficiency. One way to achieve this is to scavenge waste energy left over from the production process to capture and convert low-grade heat into usable energy.

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Clean Grid Technology, Emerging Technology, Renewables

World’s First “Solar Battery” Runs on Light and Air

8 Oct , 2014  


Key to the innovation is a mesh solar panel, which allows air to enter the battery, and a special process for transferring electrons between the solar panel and the battery electrode. Inside the device, light and oxygen enable different parts of the chemical reactions that charge the battery.

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