Product Announcement: Azelio Launches On-Demand Energy Storage Technology

Product Announcement: Azelio Launches On-Demand Energy Storage Technology

  Swedish solar company Azelio recently launched a demonstrator of its unique technology for solar energy storage. The technology generates clean electricity on demand in a distributed way. It has modularity benefits and the company claims it is more cost efficient than competing technologies, including … Read more…

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

New Supercomputer a ‘Scientific Time Machine’ for Developing Endless Energy

Oak Ridge National Laboratory unveiled what it calls the world’s most powerful and smartest scientific supercomputer. Built for the US Department of Energy, Summit will be eight times more powerful than the lab’s previous top-ranked system Titan, ORNL says. “Summit will provide unprecedented computing power … Read more…

German Energy Storage Company sonnen Gets $70 Million Backing from Shell

German Energy Storage Company sonnen Gets $70 Million Backing from Shell

  Sonnen, a supplier of residential energy storage solutions, has announced the closing of its latest financing round of €60 million ($70.4 million), led by Shell Ventures. This new round of funding will help the German company accelerate growth in markets such as the United States and Australia. “Growing faster … Read more…

New York State Invests $15M in Fuel Cell Systems for Critical Facilities

New York State Invests $15M in Fuel Cell Systems for Critical Facilities

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is making $15 million available for installing and operating fuel cell systems statewide.

South Australia Looking to Solar and Energy Storage to Achieve Zero Net Electricity Costs by 2020

South Australia Looking to Solar and Energy Storage to Achieve Zero Net Electricity Costs by 2020

  South Australia’s SA Water is looking to install 152 megawatts of solar PV generation and 35 megawatt hours of energy storage over the next two years, to realize its ambitious goal of achieving zero net electricity costs by 2020. A 2017 report from Infrastructure … Read more…

Report: Thermal Energy Able to Provide Greater Benefits Than Previously Thought

Report: Thermal Energy Able to Provide Greater Benefits Than Previously Thought

  Ingersoll Rand engaged with Western Cooling Efficiency Center at University of California, Davis, on research that shows thermal energystorage can provide significantly greater benefits to utilities and electricity grid operators than previously thought. The research project: “Valuation of Thermal Energy Storage for Utility Grid Operators,” demonstrated that the … Read more…

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