Energy storage including Fuel cells News for February 2014
French battery manufacturer Saft has been awarded a contract by electrical construction company Tri-Technic in the US, for the delivery of two Intensium® Max 20M battery containers to power the grid energy storage system at Fort Hunter Liggett in California.
21 February, 2014
In the UK, Viridor Waste Management and Highview Power Storage been awarded more than £8 million (US$13.4 million) to jointly develop an energy storage technology that stores air in liquid form. The contract was announced as the UK’s Low Carbon Innovation Coordination Group published a Strategic Framework on Coordinating Low Carbon Technology Innovation Support.
17 February, 2014
In the UK, ITM Power reports that planning permission has been granted in the Isle of Wight for all five hydrogen refuelling sites for which planning applications were submitted. ITM has chosen two of these sites to take forward for installation of hydrogen refuellers, ready for operation in November.
10 February, 2014
Agreement supports the development ofenergy management and storage solutions based on hydrogen fuel cell technology.
07 February, 2014
US-based EnerDel and the Energy Grid Tie Division of Parker Hannifin have collaborated on two major energy storage projects in Russia, including the backup power capability for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
06 February, 2014
Air Products has taken the next step in hydrogen infrastructure deployment using its SmartFuel® technology, with the launch of the first of its fleet of hydrogen high-pressure tube trailers in Europe.
04 February, 2014
The US Department of Energy has announced up to $12 million in funding to support the development of technologies to manufacture carbon fibre from renewable feedstocks such as agricultural residues.
04 February, 2014