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India’s Gravita gets Luminous lead order

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 11:20 -- John Shepherd
India’s Gravita gets Luminous lead order

Indian lead battery recycling group Gravita has won an order worth around $46 million from lead-acid manufacturer Luminous Power Technologies.

Gravita, which is also one of the country’s largest lead producers, did not respond to BBB’s request for details of the order to India-based Luminous— part of the Schneider Electric group.

 

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Only third of global firms ‘embrace advanced energy management’— Schneider

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 10:51 -- News Editor
Only third of global firms ‘embrace advanced energy management’— Schneider

A new study released by Schneider Electric has indicated that while most organisations feel prepared for a decentralised, decarbonised and digitised future, few are taking the necessary steps to integrate and advance their energy and sustainability programmes.

This false sense of security can be attributed to the finding that most companies still take fairly conventional approaches to energy management and climate action. And the gaps in innovation are further complicated by limited coordination between procurement, operations and sustainability departments, as well as inefficient data collection and sharing.

 

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World’s largest lithium nickel manganese ESS deployed to provide frequency control

Fri, 03/18/2016 - 13:21 -- Paul Crompton
World’s largest lithium nickel manganese ESS deployed to provide frequency control

US firm Axion Power International is set to install a lead-carbon off-grid energy system following a deal with Schneider Electric and fellow American firm Tennessee Solar Solutions.

The system will store energy from renewable sources to power a mobile sustainability laboratory developed by Tennessee based company Urban Green Lab.

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French firm hopes to leap-frog rivals with scable ESS

Thu, 12/17/2015 - 14:22 -- Paul Crompton
French firm hopes to leap-frog rivals with scable ESS

Energy management and automation firm Schneider Electric has launched a lithium-ion energy storage system that can be scaled up from 5kW/h to 3.2MW/h.

The French firm’s EcoBlade is a fully scable ESS and, at a price of around $500 per kW/h, could rival other home energy storage systems flooding the market when launched in 2016.

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