The German federal state of Brandenburg is becoming more and more a center for sustainable energy.
Together with its partners, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany is developing a new kind of hybrid storage system consisting of a combination of lithium-ion and redox flow battery.
Electric vehicles could also send their stored electricity surplus back to the home so that green electricity is optimally utilized.
A fridge-sized electrolyzer for each neighbourhood: this device stores all the energy from the solar panels on the roofs in the neighbourhood during the day […]
The Technical University Eindhoven (TU/e) and TNO receive a 7 million euro subsidy from the European Union to further develop a heat battery that stores […]
World Economic Forum (WEF) asked a group of international technology experts to identify this year’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies. After soliciting nominations from additional experts […]
After years of research and development, electricity storage company Elestor is at the verge of introducing its revolutionary hydrogen bromine flow battery to the market. […]
The start-up Ocean Grazer is focused on the multi-purpose use of sustainable energy locations in oceans. That is what Marijn van Rooij, CTO of Ocean […]