Daily Archives: June 7, 2016

Report on SMMT Open Forum UK

The SMMT Open Forum at Automechanika Birmingham UK on the 7th June 2016 opened with an SMMT view of the saturated UK car market, currently in a temporary up phase. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

1,450 MW Pumped-Hydro Energy Storage System Lives In Swiss Mountain

By Jake Richardson A pumped-hydro facility in Switzerland has an energy storage capacity of 1,450 MW, and is an interesting story of innovative energy storage. To generate electricity, water is released from Lake Mutt at 8,100 feet above sea level. It flows to a deep valley below and turns the GE pump turbines and variable-speed…

ReneSola to Construct 107 MW of Solar Projects in U.S.

By Press Release ReneSola Ltd, a provider of energy-efficient products and solar project developer, today provided an update on its project pipeline in the U.S. The post ReneSola to Construct 107 MW of Solar Projects in U.S. appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

Michigan Pitching Itself as Autonomous Vehicle Playland

By Kyle Field In what looks more like a move to unlock Michigan for incumbent auto manufacturers than a move to make itself more Tesla friendly, a new bill seeks to make the state more friendly to autonomous vehicle technology development. Being the home to many large automakers, notably General Motors and Ford, Detroit (and…

UNIST Introduces the World to the Smart Urban Electric Vehicle Concept

By Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Besides its absolutely innovative design, this electric vehicle concept will feature lightweight body and stunning performance. The post UNIST Introduces the World to the Smart Urban Electric Vehicle Concept appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

Calcium Ion Batteries as Next-Generation Energy Storage

By Toyohashi University of Technology In addition, calcium ion batteries possess advantages such as a lower cost and higher safety because calcium is more abundant than lithium and because CIBs have a higher melting point than LIBs. The post Calcium Ion Batteries as Next-Generation Energy Storage appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article…

New Tool to Help Investors Pick Clean Energy Projects

By American Institute of Physics Their goal: to identify an optimal clean energy project suitable for Serbia’s specific energy circumstances and for the company. The post New Tool to Help Investors Pick Clean Energy Projects appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Solar Thermal Magazine

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