Month: January 2019

26th March 2020 | Silverstone

Horiba Mira to present Electric Vehicle Battery Systems – Ageing: Findings and Implications at the Battery Tech Expo UK 2019

**Title:** A Case study in Battery Ageing: Findings and Implications **Abstract:** This presentation looks at a series of ageing tests performed on an NMC automotive cell, and shows the trends in performance characteristics with cycling. This is then expanded on by suggesting some implications in terms of automotive usage with ageing. **Speaker bio:** Richard Stocker…
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29th January 2019 0

Thermo Fisher Scientific to present on studying Li-ion battery degradation products at the Battery Tech Expo UK

The Battery Tech Expo is pleased to confirm Thermo Fisher Scientific will be presenting at the international event which runs 28th March at the International Centre, Telford. Title: Using new analytical technologies to study Li-ion battery degradation products Abstract: For Li-ion batteries, electrolyte aging is a major factor affecting lifetime. Gaining greater understanding of the…
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22nd January 2019 0

Williams Advanced Engineering to present at the Battery Tech Expo UK 2019

The Battery Tech Expo UK running 28th March 2019 at the International Centre, Telford, is pleased to announce Williams Advanced Engineering will be presenting on the day. Full synopsis to be announced. About Williams Advanced Engineering – www.williamsf1.com Williams Advanced Engineering is the technology and engineering services business of the Williams Group. The company provides…
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21st January 2019 0

Advanced materials specialists 3M and Acota to present at Battery Tech Expo UK 2019

The Battery Tech Expo UK running 28th March 2019 at the International Centre, Telford, is pleased to announce 3M and Acota will be presenting on the day. Full synopsis to be announced.


21st January 2019 0

Global Size for Lithium-Ion Battery Market Growth Worth over USD 67.70 Bn by 2022

Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Lithium-Ion Battery Market by Power Capacity Segment, Lithium-Ion Battery Market Has Been Segmented Into 5–25 WH, 48-95 WH, 18–28 KWH, 100–250 KWH And More Than 300 KWH for Include Automotive, Aerospace and Defense, Consumer Electronics, Industrial And Others Application – Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast,…
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21st January 2019 0

Energy Aggregation Brings Renewable Energy To More Companies

Power purchase agreements are wonderful for large energy consumers like Google, Facebook, and Apple, which can sign up with a renewable energy developer to take all or a major portion of the electricity produced by a solar or wind farm. But smaller companies are often unable to get the same access to renewables because they…
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21st January 2019 0

Tesla unplugs its latest home wall charger

Tesla owners can now take their chargers with them. After six years of selling High-Power Wall Connectors that buyers had to have hard-wired into their homes, Tesla is finally catching up with aftermarket suppliers of home charging stations by offering models with plugs that can be plugged into the wall. This simplifies installation, whether owners…
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18th January 2019 0

The changing face of energy production

The way in which we use and consume energy is set to change in the near future. There is a considerable increase in renewable energy capacity across the globe, notably for wind and solar. This increase is likely to continue with national and international energy initiatives, and further advances and developments in renewable energy technologies.…
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17th January 2019 0

This tiny Bluetooth chip doesn’t need a battery because it harvests energy from the air

Amazon and Samsung are both investors, and a full release planned for 2020 The Internet of Things promises to connect billions of otherwise ordinary devices to the internet, but when each one needs to have its own battery, there’s a limit to how small or cheap they can become. A new paper-thin Bluetooth chip that’s…
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16th January 2019 0

Volkswagen will make electric cars in Tennessee, at expanded plant

Volkswagen today announced that it would use Chattanooga, Tennessee as its North American base for assembling electric cars. The decision to expand its Chattanooga facility means that many, if not all, of the vehicles that will be sold in the U.S. under Volkswagen’s new electric vehicle initiative will also be built in the U.S., not…
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15th January 2019 0