Energy storage including Fuel cells News for September 2011
A class of heterometallic molecular structures with features pointing the way to breakthroughs in the development of lightweight fuel cell technology have been studied by researchers at RIKEN Advanced Science Institute.
27 September, 2011
The first open-access hydrogen vehicle refueling station in the UK has been officially opened at Honda’s car manufacturing facility in Swindon. The hydrogen fueling station was built and is operated by industrial gases giant BOC.
22 September, 2011
Saft has inaugurated an automated lithium-ion battery factory in Jacksonville, FL, for renewable energy storage, smart grid support, broadband back-up power, transportation and defence.
20 September, 2011
Fuel Cell Today has launched its 2011 Industry Review at the World Hydrogen Technologies Convention in Glasgow, UK. The free report summarises the state of the industry by application, region, and fuel cell type, and considers the outlook for the portable, stationary, and transport sectors.
15 September, 2011
California-based SAFCell Inc has delivered a 1.2 kW solid acid fuel cell (SAFC) stack to Nordic Power Systems in Norway. Delivery of the new fuel cell stack – optimized for weight and performance – meets the final technical milestone in SAFCell’s 18-month development contract with NPS.
14 September, 2011
Tenesol has launched Sun Smart+, a solar photovoltaic (PV) energy conversion and storage solution.
13 September, 2011
Saft is showcasing its Synerion high-energy Li-ion modules for solar photovoltaic (PV) energy storage at EU PVSEC in Hamburg, Germany, this week.
08 September, 2011
juwi Solar GmbH has installed a 200 kW off-grid hybrid solar photovoltaic (PV) system in Tsumkwe in Northern Namibia.
06 September, 2011