BSEF at the Energy Storage Global Conference 2018 [Promoted content]

By |november 29th, 2018|energy storage, News|

BSEF, The International Bromine Council, was a proud exhibitor at the 2018 Energy Storage Global Conference.

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Active energy storage for EV charging

By |julij 18th, 2018|batteries, electric vehicles, energy storage, News|

Among alternative fuel vehicles, electric cars are the best positioned to overcome refuelling infrastructure challenges, writes Ian McClenny. The difficulty lies in having sufficient vehicle charging availability to reduce consumer’s range anxiety.

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Grid neutrality is a prerequisite for energy storage to flourish

By |julij 3rd, 2018|demand response, electricity market, Electricity Market Directive, Energy - 'ownership unbundling', energy storage, energy unbundling, Krišjānis Kariņš, News, power grids, Single Electricity Market|

Without energy storage, the EU target for renewable energy cannot be reached. But that can only succeed if the incentives for investment are set correctly and if “ownership unbundling” rules in the EU energy market are strictly enforced, writes  Dr. Hans Wolf von Koeller.

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Ørsted lines up first major UK battery storage project

By |april 25th, 2018|batteries, demand response, Electricity Market Directive, energy storage, News, United Kingdom|

Energy firm Ørsted has announced its first venture into large-scale energy storage systems, after announcing plans to build and operate a 20MW battery storage project near Liverpool. EURACTIV's media partners edie.net reports.

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Energy storage progress could slash electric car charging times

By |februar 27th, 2018|batteries, energy storage, News|

Researchers have claimed a breakthrough in energy storage technology that could enable electric cars to be driven as far as petrol and diesel vehicles, and recharge in minutes rather than hours. EURACTIV's partner The Guardian reports.

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Britain’s gas: Let’s focus on efficiency, not fracking

By |julij 3rd, 2017|biogas, energy storage, fracking, gas storage, hydrogen, liquified natural gas, LNG, natural gas, News, Renewable Energy, shale gas, United Kingdom|

The closure of the UK’s largest gas storage facility along with disruption to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) supplies this month puts UK energy at a crossroads, writes Joseph Dutton. Rather than focus on imports or fracking, Britain should pay more attention to decreasing demand and renewable energy, he argues.

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Storage ‘not fundamentally needed’ for future power grid, scientists say

By |junij 20th, 2017|Electricity, energy storage, market design, News|

The emergence of household batteries, along with small-scale solar photovoltaic and plug-in electric cars, is slated to transform the way electricity is stored on the grid, according to a new state-of-the-art report by European science academies. But t...

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Electricity markets reimagined: flexible by design

By |maj 17th, 2017|Energy market, energy storage, News, Renewable Energy, renewables, solar energy, wind energy|

In just over a decade, we will be able to build a new electricity system around renewable energy that is cleaner, produces almost no carbon emissions, costs less than a system built around natural gas, and is just as reliable, writes David Nelson.

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