Solar Energy Storage and Battery News

Spruce Power adds battery as well as EV battery charger choices to fund offerings
Spruce Power has added batteries and EV chargers to its financing portfolio offers. Formerly known as Spruce Finance, the firm already serves 80,000 homeowners with leased solar power systems or energy efficiency upgrades.
Feb 4, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, USA, North America, Christian Fong, Spruce Power, EV chargers
Not Yet Time For Batteries And Photovoltaic Solar Panels In Saudi Arabia
Two Saudi Arabian scientists, Professor Alberto Boretti and Dr. Wael Al-Kouz Prince Mohammad Bin Fahad University, together with Dr. Stefania Castelletto, an Associate Professor from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia, announced in a recent publication of IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science that contrary to claims that 100% renewable energy is possible in Saudi Arabia using PV single-axis and battery storage, the assumption is impractical and not feasible.
Feb 4, 2021 // Storage, Market Research, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Asia, Oceania, solr panel, Alberto Boretti, Wael Al-Kouz, Stefania Castelletto
Centrica signs three-year battery storage space supply manage Alfen
Battery storage and EV billing firm Alfen has been chosen by Centrica Business Solutions to offer battery power storage remedies
Feb 3, 2021 // Storage, UK, Europe, Centrica, Alfen, Yves Vercammen
Batteries that can be assembled in ambient air
The honor of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry mosted likely to those who developed lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. These batteries have actually become a vital energy source for electronic gadgets varying from tiny IT devices to electric vehicles.
Feb 2, 2021 // Technology, Storage, USA, TESLA, North America, Soojin Park, Hye Bin
Planned solar farm in Columbia County drops battery strategy
Hecate's proposed Sheperd's Run plant has obtained smaller sized
Feb 2, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, hecate energy, solar farm, Columbia, Alex Campbell, Darin Johnson
Salt battery style gets over 'bump' in the road to aid electric vehicles go above and beyond
Making use of salt as a key ingredient, Chinese and also British researchers have actually designed a new sort of rechargeable battery that can accelerate the shift to greener, electrical transportation on our roadways.
Feb 2, 2021 // Technology, Storage, Transport, UK, China, Europe, Asia, University of Nottingham, George Chen, Cheng Peng
WAAREE Supplies 23 KwH Li-Ion Batteries to ACE Ltd for Forklifts
Surat based Lithium-Ion Batteries producer, WAAREE ESS Pvt. Ltd has recently designed, created, and provided a high capacity 23KWhr lithium battery for 3 Ton forklift applications of ACE Ltd (Action Construction Equipment Ltd). These forklifts outfitted with WAAREE lithium batteries have currently been released at Chennai airport and operating for 12 hrs daily.
Feb 1, 2021 // Storage, Battery Storage, Ace Limited, Battery Management Systems, chetan gole, Shiv Nath, Waaree ESS
Storage financier Gresham in battery double
45MW of new projects brings UK financier's portfolio to nearly 400MW
Feb 1, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, UK, Europe, Gresham, John Leggate
Macquarie's Green Investment Group discloses 8GW-strong solar growth arm Cero Generation
Cero Generation, planned to be among the greatest solar development firms in Europe, has been launched by Australian giant Macquarie's Green Investment Group (GIG).
Feb 1, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, ENERGY STORAGE, C&I, UK, Europe, utility scale solar, macquarie green investment group, solar development, cero generation, Nikolaj Harbo, Edward Northam
Grinntech To Boost Up Lithium-Ion Batteries Production in New Manufacturing Plant
Grinntech, a startup concentrated on Lithium-Ion batteries for electrical vehicles (EVs) as well as power storage space systems revealed the commencement of their bigger manufacturing plant in Chennai.
Jan 29, 2021 // Storage, Li-ion batteries, Chennai, Grinntech, EV Startups, Manufacturing Plant, Puneet Jain, Nikhilesh Mishra
Lithium-Ion modern technology for batteries to control the marketplace over the next decade
Lithium-ion modern technology is anticipated to remain to control the market for rechargeable batteries over the following years. This is the final thought gotten to by a group of battery scientists led by Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU), Germany, in a research study on lithium-ion battery (LIB) production and also alternate modern technologies.
Jan 29, 2021 // Storage, Lithium-ion batteries, Germany, Europe, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, WWU, Richard Schmuch
X-ray tomography aids expose how solid state batteries cost, discharge
With the help of X-ray tomography, researchers have for the first time observed the evolution of materials inside strong state batteries during the billing and also releasing processes.
Jan 29, 2021 // Technology, Storage, Lithium-ion batteries, Matthew McDowell
Spain's auction 'a step in the right instructions' as sector asks for more power storage support
The outcomes of Spain's public auction today for 3GW of renewables capability have actually been widely welcomed by the nation's solar field, yet calls have actually been made to fine-tune future public auctions to sustain smaller-scale projects in addition to motivate the engagement of proposals with power storage.
Jan 29, 2021 // Storage, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Spain, UNEF, PPA, Europe, solar-plus-storage, power purchase agreement, auctions and tenders, clean horizon, aurora energy research
AES Commissions Alamitos Energy Storage Facility in Long Beach, California
Fluence Battery Storage System Will Increase the Delivery of Reliable, Sustainable Energy for Southern California Customers
Jan 28, 2021 // Storage, California, USA, sPower, North America, John Zahurancik, sustainable energy, AES Corporation, Fluence, William Walsh, Fluence Battery Storage System
Ions in molten salts can 'break the flow'
In a brand-new write-up published in the scientific journal Communications Chemistry, a research group at Uppsala University program, utilizing computer system simulations, that ions do not constantly behave as anticipated. In their study on molten salts, they had the ability to see that, sometimes, the ions in the salt combination they were researching influence each other so much that they might even relocate the "incorrect" instructions-- that is, in the direction of an electrode with the exact same charge.
Jan 28, 2021 // Technology, Storage, Europe, Uppsala University, David van der Spoel, Marie-Madeleine Walz