Energy storage including Fuel cells News for June 2011

Energy storage including Fuel cells News Archive

ABB supplies wind energy storage to Falbygdens Energi

ABB will provide wind energy storage for Falbygdens Energi's power distribution network at a substation in Falköping, Sweden.

Heliocentris acquires P21 out of insolvency

Heliocentris Energy Solutions has purchased all assets of the bankrupt P21 through a new subsidiary.

Utility batteries aid renewable energy

Meeting renewable energy targets whilst keeping grid stability has increased the demand for utility-scale battery storage, according to Frost & Sullivan.

UK government invests to accelerate introduction of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies

A new £7.5 million (US$12.1 million) demonstrator programme in the UK will help to speed up the adoption of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, and bring them into everyday use. The new funding was revealed today at a showcase demonstration of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies at City Hall in London.

Hydrogenics completes utility-scale grid stabilization trial in Ontario using hydrogen electrolyzer

Canadian hydrogen generation and fuel cell manufacturer Hydrogenics has successfully completed an innovative trial with Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), to demonstrate the viability of its electrolyzer technology for utility-scale grid stabilization.

Rolls-Royce will not take over Tognum stationary fuel cell business

Tognum will shut down its stationary fuel cell development programme, after Rolls-Royce decided that it would not take on the business as part of its takeover of the German power plant company, in tandem with Daimler.

Wärtsilä, Versa Power to integrate solid oxide fuel cells in power and marine products

The Finnish marine power and energy company Wärtsilä has announced a cooperative agreement with US-based solid oxide fuel cell developer Versa Power Systems, to develop and integrate Versa Power fuel cell technology into Wärtsilä products for the distributed energy and marine markets.