Energy storage including Fuel cells News for September 2012

Energy storage including Fuel cells News Archive

New Blog: Water use in electricity generation: the sobering facts that make a case for wind and solar power

Did you know it takes 100,000 gallons of water to produce a single megawatt hour of electricity?

Kyocera deploys renewable energy technology in support of international smart-grid

Kyocera is one of several organisations participating in the development of an international smart-grid demonstration project in Los Alamos, New Mexico.

BOC Hymera fuel cell technology approved by Network Rail in UK BOC Hymera fuel cell technology approved by Network Rail in UK

Network Rail in the UK has endorsed the Hymera suite of hydrogen fuel cell based products from industrial gases giant BOC, for use across the UK rail network.

EUROBAT and EASE agree to work together on energy storage

A Memorandum of Understanding between the two organisations reflects the mutual interest of both organisations in energy storage development.

Areva and Sandia collaborate to cut energy storage costs for concentrated solar power

Areva Solar is collaborating with Sandia National Laboratories on a concentrated solar power (CSP) installation with integrated thermal energy storage.

AFC Energy opens alkaline fuel cell electrode pilot production plant

UK-based AFC Energy has inaugurated an alkaline fuel cell pilot production plant at its base in Dunsfold Park, Surrey. The new plant will be able to produce up to 20,000 fuel cell electrodes per annum.

Millbrook vehicle testing site prepares for wider rollout of hydrogen transport

Millbrook Proving Ground in the UK has opened a SmartFuel hydrogen fuelling station, supplied by Air Products, as the automotive testing facility prepares for the rollout of fuel cell electric vehicles.

Blog: an introduction from our new Managing Editor Gail Rajgor...

When David passed on the editorial metaphorical torch to me for Renewable Energy Focus, I knew it was going to be a whirlwind first month or two...

Stop Press: Our newsletter is back up and running...

Renewable Energy Focus' e-newsletter service returns after an unscheduled break...