Daily Archives: September 5, 2018

More torque for hydrogen-powered vehicles

IDTechEx Research has just published a new report ‘Fuel Cell Vehicles 2019-2029’. Fuel cells are commercially successful in stationary applications but commercially unsuccessful in vehicles, beyond a few thousand purchased for material handling vehicles, notably forklifts. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Mercedes-Benz debuts its first fully electric SUV

By Bridie Schmidt German automaker unveils its very first 100% electric SUV, making a move to win a market share from Tesla in the booming segment of high-end models running on battery. The post Mercedes-Benz debuts its first fully electric SUV appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

DNV GL acquires GridLab for power grid trainings

By Michelle Froese DNV GL, a resource of independent energy experts and certification body, acquired GridLab from 50Hertz’ holding company Eurogrid International. GridLab is a provider of power grid training, seminar, and studies. After an in-depth due diligence, DNV GL found that GridLab assets will complement the current DNV GL offerings and further strengthen its…

Tomorrow’s Batteries Could Be Made of Paper

By [email protected] Scientists have found a way to make batteries from paper and spit. But don’t expect the batteries to power your electric vehicle or take the place of your lithium-ion home storage system. Instead, the biodegradable, paper-based batteries devised by a team at Binghamton State University of New York are designed for disposable, one-time…

Antrim man to record sound data on Antrim Wind project #NH

By National Wind Watch An Antrim resident is installing a device on his property that will allow him to continuously monitor low-frequency sound waves generated at Antrim Wind Energy’s wind turbine installation when it goes live. Richard Block of Loveren Mill Road said Monday that the small device – called a Raspberry Shake and Boom…

Developers make third push for AC offshore wind project #NJ

By National Wind Watch Two developers of an offshore wind project proposed for the Atlantic City coast are making their third effort to get the state’s approval for the 25-megawatt wind proposal after former Gov. Chris Christie blocked two similar efforts. EDF Renewables and Fishermen’s Energy, which are backing the Nautilus Offshore Wind Project, have…

sonnen will introduce new whole-home energy automation product at SPI

By Kelly Pickerel sonnen today announced the launch its new energy automation product with ecoLinx. The all-in-one ecoLinx smart energy management system brings together home automation, residential solar and energy storage in an energy ecosystem that enables intelligent load controllers to effectively manage and optimize energy usage, secure smart homes against grid outages and help…

Triton Knoll construction monitoring contract awarded to K2 Management

By Michelle Froese Global sustainable energy consultancy K2 Management has secured the construction monitoring contract for the circa 860-MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm, which reached financial close last week. K2 Management has secured the construction monitoring contract for the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm. The contract’s scope includes the monitoring of permitting, design, manufacturing…

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