Daily Archives: October 17, 2019

Energy Insiders Podcast: Australia’s future grid? You decide

By Giles Parkinson & David Leitch Oliver Woldring and Jose Zapata from ITP Renewables discuss OpenCem, which allows people to model their own energy transition. Plus: AEMC’s new rules. The post Energy Insiders Podcast: Australia’s future grid? You decide appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

The Driven Podcast: Leading the charge to electric transport

By Giles Parkinson ACT climate change minister Shane Rattenbury outlines the territory’s zero emissions strategy for transport, starting with the government fleet. The post The Driven Podcast: Leading the charge to electric transport appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

US Energy Secretary Rick Perry Resigns

By [email protected] Energy Secretary Rick Perry, who has vehemently denied reports of his impending departure amidst growing revelations of his involvement in the Ukraine scandal at the heart of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, has submitted his resignation, the New York Times and other news sources reported Thursday. Trump confirmed Perry’s resignation during…

Volvo introduces first fully electric car

Volvo Cars introduces the XC40 Recharge, the company’s first ever fully electric car and the first model to appear in its brand new Recharge car line concept. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Electric Vehicles Research

Power Shutoffs: Playing with Fire

By Kyler Geoffroy By Denise Fairchild and Kim EvonCalifornia’s fire season is back. Yet if this past week is any indication, our emergency response remains woefully inadequate. When disaster strikes we are far from being energy resilient, ensuring reliable access to electricity for our most vulnerable communities.Climate fires are California’s new normal. Dangerous combinations of…

How the Battery Sector Is Looking to Improve Lithium-Ion

By [email protected] Electric vehicle makers and battery manufacturers are making progress in developing new lithium-ion designs, amid persistent concerns over the supply of key materials. Concerns over cobalt, in particular, are forcing battery makers to move toward cobalt-light lithium-ion formulations, said Hans Eric Melin, founder of Circular Energy Storage, a consultancy focused on battery end-of-life…

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