Energy storage including Fuel cells News for March 2013
British renewable energy companies are being urged to join a UK government-backed trade mission to Mongolia. The country has a rapidly expanding economy, and its government is actively encouraging a renewable energy agenda.
28 March, 2013
Leading companies in the micro combined heat and power (micro CHP) sector in the UK have set out a strategic vision for the role of micro CHP as a key component of an emerging smarter energy sector.
27 March, 2013
American Honda Motor Co has installed a 1 MW fuel cell system on its Torrance, California campus. The fuel cell power plant consists of five Bloom Energy Servers, each producing 200 kW of clean electric power.
27 March, 2013
Government incentives such as feed-in tariff systems, along with support mechanisms for energy independence, have promoted the use of renewable energy, thereby lending momentum to the inverter market for renewable energy systems in Europe, according to new research by Frost & Sullivan.
20 March, 2013
Scientists working for the organisation say they have developed a redox flow battery that reaches stack power up to 25 kW, with a cell size of 0.5 square metres, 8 times larger than the previous A4-sized systems.
19 March, 2013
The company says it will have a prototype ready for display at the Intersolar Munich event later this year.
14 March, 2013
Centrosolar says it will shortly begin offering solar energy storage systems, providing round-the-clock access to electricity produced by photovoltaic plants.
13 March, 2013
A new survey conducted by IMS Research of more than 400 global photovoltaic (PV) inverter customers has revealed a rapidly growing need for energy storage in PV systems.
06 March, 2013
Over recent weeks, more than 30 institutions and companies have joined the umbrella association that promotes the further development of energy storage
04 March, 2013