What’s your definition of good engineering? Mine would include making use of the stuff that’s already there, cannibalising (if necessary) existing kit to make what I need or want to try. That’s what I learned as a kid messing around with electronics half a century ago and I’m glad to say it's a philosophy that rings true with some of the best minds out there today.
North Carolina-based Alevo believes it is 'redefining energy', y'all.
There’s good reason to believe energy storage is not ready for prime time. Not yet.
It’s only the absence of Google that makes you realise just how dependent we’ve become on it and how valuable it is.
It’s been a long time coming: this ‘energy storage’ malarkey. But visitors to this year’s Intersolar in Munich were in for a treat— a whole hall dedicated to the stuff.
Phone directories. When was the last time you used one?
ALABC’s Allan Cooper warns the lead-acid industry that the battle is in danger of being lost to lithium-ion for European 48V cars.
The Editor visited Atlanta for the 14th Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC).
'Behind-the-meter' energy storage could be an attractive solution in California, not least for firms looking for new ways to suckle at the taxpayer teat.
Changing the voltage level of electrical systems in cars is not an easy task. In fact, it is a real pain in the backside.