Category: battery storage market

26th March 2020 | Silverstone

UK’s biggest battery ever seen to cover area half the size of a football pitch at Glasgow wind farm

‘This is a significant step forward on the road to baseload for renewable energy,’ says ScottishPower chief executive A vast “super battery” is set to be installed at the UK’s largest onshore wind farm where it will store power generated by 215 turbines. The battery – which will be half the size of a football pitch – has twice the…
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12th June 2019 0

These Lithium-Ion Batteries Can’t Catch Fire Because They Harden on Impact

Lithium-ion batteries commonly used in consumer electronics are notorious for bursting into flame when damaged or improperly packaged. These incidents occasionally have grave consequences, including burns, house fires and at least one plane crash. Inspired by the weird behaviour of some liquids that solidify on impact, researchers have developed a practical and inexpensive way to…
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30th May 2019 0

In which industry do small mini custom lithium ion batteries packs dominate?

From the beginning, the creation of the products was given by the needs that were shown in certain areas in which some activities were developed. Under this premise have been developed hundreds and hundreds of products that have reached the market to revolutionize it. The lithium ion battery manufacturers work under this concept, and whenever…
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28th May 2019 0

Adding Giant Batteries To This Hydro Project Creates A ‘Virtual Dam’ With Less Environmental Impact

A Chilean utility has broken ground on a 50 megawatt-hour (MWh) battery energy storage project – equivalent to the capacity of 5 million iPhones – paired with a run-of-river hydroelectric facility. The battery will be capable of storing electricity produced from the hydro generation without needing to construct a dam or make use of a…
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24th May 2019 0

Green Energy Metals And rEvolution – Reuters: “Tesla Expects Global Shortage Of Electric Vehicle Battery Minerals.”

Reuters joins Bloomberg in sounding the alarm that Green Energy Metals are needed to build a green and beautiful future for all us and they can not be just found on Instagram among motivation quotes and inspiring pictures. Even worse, the metals which are making all our gadgets tick are the result of very long multi-year…
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16th May 2019 0

Solar-plus-storage is ‘chasing gas off the grid’

The price of power from solar-plus-storage is already cost-competitive with some new build gas generators in the US and not just for gas peaker plants. In a study by Fluence and a group of MBA candidates at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, it was found building new mid-merit gas plants was no…
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14th May 2019 0

Lithium-Ion vs Lead Acid Battery Life

For years, lead-acid batteries have been the “go to” source of power for electronics, vehicles and equipment. However, thanks to several features that promote efficiency and safety, lithium-ion batteries are becoming a popular choice across several industries. One of the most important characteristics for a company that uses batteries in its forklift fleet is the…
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7th May 2019 0

Build battery industry or risk missing out, experts warn

Industry experts have renewed calls for Australia to capture more of the growing battery supply chain or risk losing the opportunity to international peers. Australia’s chance to move from just a raw materials producer to a processor and manufacturer will not remain open indefinitely, Queensland University of Technology’s Peter Talbot said. Among those building a…
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29th April 2019 0

The world has never needed so many batteries

From your everyday smart device to energy storage facilities, lithium-ion batteries of all sizes are just about everywhere. But over the last few years, one market trend has been driving this sector like never before: the rise of the electric car. Sure, electric cars aren’t exactly crowding the streets, whereas smartphones are in the pockets…
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24th April 2019 0

How we get to the next big battery breakthrough

Electric planes could be the future of aviation. In theory, they will be much quieter, cheaper, and cleaner than the planes we have today. Electric planes with a 1,000 km (620 mile) range on a single charge could be used for half of all commercial aircraft flights today, cutting global aviation’s carbon emissions by about…
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12th April 2019 0