Daily Archives: September 1, 2022

Australia’s first battery gigafactory on track for December launch

By Jim Regan & Sophie Vorrath Australian lithium-ion battery manufacturer on track to launch its planned gigafactory in NSW coal country after successfully competing a pilot program. The post Australia’s first battery gigafactory on track for December launch appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

California sets 2045 net-zero goal, keeps nuke plant open, and more

California has passed a series of climate bills setting a 2045 net-zero carbon goal, establishing carbon capture guidelines, banning new oil wells from residential areas, extending the timeline to keep Diablo Canyon Nuclear plant open for another five years, and more. more….Brought to you by: EV Driven Read Full Article Here For more great articles:…

White Paper: Optimizing Solar and Storage Assets with Advanced M&C Technology

By SPW How can AI-driven solutions unlock greater value from commercial and utility-scale projects? This Guidehouse Insights white paper sponsored by Stem explores how the monitoring and controls (M&C) technology market is evolving to meet the need for advanced solutions to optimize solar and storage assets both behind-the-meter and front-of-the-meter. The research outlines how industry…

California Rail Electrification – 2022 Update

By John Benson I live in a state where we frequently walk alone, and this includes our current High-Speed Rail (HSR) project. However we still continue to make progress on the initial 171-mile segment through our Central Valley. Also making progress are the Northern California connector projects that will initially connect HSR into BART, ACE…

Learn How to Install Solar on Stone Coated Steel Roofs: with QuickBOLT and Unified Steel™ a Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions brand

By Sponsored Content By Mikey Wiener, Marketing Manager, QuickBOLT QuickBOLT recently joined Pete Croft, Brand Manager for Unified Steel™ to observe a solar installation on a Western Roofing Systems, PINE-CREST Shake Stone Coated Steel roof install in California. There we learned tips and tricks on how to improve installation efficiency for a solar install on…

New photodetector design inspired by plant photosynthesis

Researchers have developed a new type of high-efficiency photodetector inspired by the photosynthetic complexes plants use to turn sunlight into energy. Photodetectors are used in cameras, optical communication systems and many other applications to turn photons into electrical signals. The new detector design uses unique quasiparticles known as polaritons to achieve long-range energy transport in…

A sustainable battery with a biodegradable electrolyte made from crab shells

Accelerating demand for renewable energy and electric vehicles is sparking a high demand for the batteries that store generated energy and power engines. But the batteries behind these sustainability solutions aren’t always sustainable themselves. Scientists have now create a zinc battery with a biodegradable electrolyte from an unexpected source — crab shells. Read Full Article…

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