» Distributed Energy Storage for virtual power plants

Virtual power plants (VPPs) link network distributed generators of electricity, energy storage and consumers, thus optimally combining the potential of different building blocks of the future renewable energy system. Especially the trend towards distributed energy storage systems presents wholly new possibilities and business models for power utilities, suppliers of technology and operators of storage – all in all a win-win situation. Continue reading

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» UL 1973 Certification: CODA Energy’s CODA Core™ 50kWh awarded

The company CODA Energy has recently released its UL listed 50kWh CODA Core™ Tower. By receiving the UL subject 1973 certification for this product, CODA Energy reaches another level of demonstrating their expertise. CODA Energy thus extends its portfolio of high quality energy storage products, ensuring safety and reliability to their customers. Continue reading

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» ALM ™ 12V7s product line launched for more handy and efficient use

NEC Energy has extended its 12-Volt High Power Lithium-Ion Battery Family with the ALM™ 12V7s product line. The new products are now available, featuring benefits as compactness, integrated safety systems and double usable energy at fast discharge rates. Their cycle life performance is 50 times better than that of comparable lead-acid batteries or other lithium-ion based items. Continue reading

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» Tesla extends its Superchargers network to Australia

The manufacturer of Electric vehicles Tesla Motors announced the installation of 8 renewable energy–powered superchargers at the Goulburn Visitor’s Centre. By this, Tesla makes it possible for Tesla Model S owners to travel longer, offering them the comfort of charging up their vehicle and continuing with their driving. Especially designed for city travel, the superchargers provide power for about 3 hours. Continue reading

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