Remember bankrupt Coda Automotive? Its successor, Coda Energy, emerges from the shadows tied to a solar powered, on-board energy storage electric car charger.
A thousand times thinner than a piece of paper, researchers say the low-cost of this battery could make it an important option for energy storage.
A Tualatin, Ore., company is testing a new battery that can store excess energy generated from wind farms.
A bankrupt EV startup repurposes for the grid.
E.On says it successfully ran a test on a German power to gas system in which wind powers hydrogen production for use in the natural gas system.
Researchers in the Pacific Northwest say excess wind energy could be stored by compressing air and keeping it in underground basalt reservoirs.
Three of GE’s new turbines with short-term energy storage will be installed at a wind farm in Texas, where wind’s grid penetration is high.