Daily Archives: January 23, 2017

Suzlon wins 50-MW repeat tower order

By Michelle Froese At a height of 120 m, the S97-120m is currently the world’s tallest all-steel hybrid tower, which combines lattice and tubular structures. Suzlon Group announced a repeat wind order of 50.40 MW from a leading power utility in India. The project consists of 24 units of S97 120-m hybrid tower with a…

Results of investigation into Tesla crash

U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has published its results of a six-month-long investigation following last year’s crash that killed a driver whose Model S collided with a truck while using the company’s driving-assist feature. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Faster Recharging Lithium Batteries

By University of Bath Rechargeable lithium batteries have helped power the ‘portable revolution’ in mobile phones, laptops and tablet computers, and new generations of lithium batteries are being developed for electric vehicles and to store energy from wind and solar power. The post Faster Recharging Lithium Batteries appeared first on Solar Thermal Magazine. Read Full…

SAE International taskforce agrees on SAE J2954 Wireless Charging Test Station; major step forward in global standardization for wireless power transfer for EVs

Earlier post.). The Taskforce members have agreed on specifications for the SAE J2954 Test Stations, which automakers will use as a basis to develop their wireless charging systems, and to verify that they will interoperate with charging systems and vehicles sold by other makers. It is a major step forward for the industry. —Jesse Schneider.Brought…

California Utilities Propose Thousands of PEV Chargers for State Approval

By Jon LeSage California’s three large investor-owned utilities have each submitted applications to install thousands of chargers at homes, workplaces, and port locations. Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison, and San Diego Gas & Electric submitted applications to the California Public Utilities Commission seeking about $1 billion in funding. The utilities spelled out…

Electrocatalysis Can Help Transition to Renewable Energy

By Technical University of Denmark One way to escape dependence on oil is through electrocatalysis, which can transform molecules in our atmosphere (such as water, CO2, and nitrogen) into more expensive and useful products, such as hydrogen or methanol (fuel), and chemicals–like ammonia (used in fertilizers). The post Electrocatalysis Can Help Transition to Renewable Energy…

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