ABB Terra 124 chargers have been installed in Italy, as the industrial metropolis of Milan swaps its 1,200 diesel buses for brand new, all-electric ones by 2030.
Protium, the leading UK-based green hydrogen energy company, has announced that it will deploy its first electrolyser in the UK, sourced from Enapter, the esteemed design and manufacturing brand who have produced the first scalable hydrogen AEM electrolyser.
HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH, provider of picea, the world’s first year-round electricity storage system for homes based on green hydrogen, today announced that it has been selected from 168 entries to receive the “Berlin Brandenburg Innovation Award”.
ABB introduces Plug N Charge technology to simplify and streamline EV charging and payment. With Plug N Charge, drivers simply pull up to the charging point, take out the connector and plug it into their EV.
Ingeteam, the global specialist in wind energy drivetrain technology, will participate at WindEurope’s Electric City 2021 Exhibition & Conference, a key global trade event for companies operating in the wind energy industry.
Nuclear power produces less CO2 emissions over its lifecycle than any other electricity source, according to a new report by UNECE.
Electric vehicles will be a widely adopted mainstream technology according to a review of current market and trends.
SP Energy Networks is using a new network monitoring system to maximise electrical capacity for green energy solutions during the United Nations COP26 Climate Change Conference.
A researcher at The University of Toledo is using a unique semiconductor material to both shrink technology and cut energy use to help the U.S. Navy become more fuel and energy efficient.
Public temperature checks have become a common practice across the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, and researchers at Texas A&M University are working to make it possible to conduct the test across a large group of people quicker and less expensive than current methods.