Today’s News

  • Batteries can store 50 per cent more energy with new technology
    LEIDEN/PETTEN – The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) has developed a new technology that increases the storage capacity of rechargeable batteries by 50 per cent. With this technology, the range of electric vehicles (EVs) can be increased, batteries in smartphones, laptops and other electronic devices will last longer, and the costs of sustainable […]
  • AEG Power Solutions and Burland Energy Sign an Agreement to Provide Secured Power as a Service
    Gland, Switzerland and Zwanenburg, Netherlands October 11, 2016 –AEG Power Solutions, a global provider of power supply solutions for critical applications and Burland Energy SA today announced the signing of  an UPSaaS™ sales and service agreement. This partnership allows customers to receive fully conditioned power to their mission critical facilities at a fixed kWh price. What […]
  • Wind Power Market, Update 2016 – Global Market Size, Average Price, Turbine Market Share and Key Country Analysis to 2025
    The report provides a clear overview of and detailed insight into the global wind market. It provides data covering historic and forecast market size, average capital cost, installed capacity and generation for onshore and offshore wind globally, and in ten key wind power markets – China, India, Brazil, Canada, Turkey, UK, US, South Africa, Germany, […]
  • New 3D design for mobile microbatteries
    In the race towards miniaturization, a research team has succeeded in improving the energy density of a rechargeable battery without increasing its size (limited to a few square millimeters in mobile sensors). This feat was achieved by developing a 3D structure made of microtubes, the first step towards producing a complete microbattery. The first experiments […]
  • Hydrogen-powered passenger ferry in San Francisco Bay is possible, says study
    Researchers set out to answer one not-so-simple question: Is it feasible to build and operate a high-speed passenger ferry solely powered by hydrogen fuel cells? The answer is yes. Read more here::       
  • Lights, action, electrons!
    Ever since J.J. Thompson’s 1897 discovery of the electron, scientists have attempted to describe the subatomic particle’s motion using a variety of different means. Electrons are far too small and fast to be seen, even with the help of a light microscope. This has made measuring an electron’s movement very difficult for the past century. […]

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