Australian firm 1414 Degrees, formerly Latent Heat Storage, has developed a molten silicon thermal energy storage system it says can store 500 KWhs of energy in a 70-centimeter cube.
BIRD Energy, based in Tel Aviv, Israel, announced its sixth funding cycle for U.S.-Israel joint project proposals with a focus on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency.
New Energy Husum will be putting the spotlight on energy-efficient building, electric vehicles and storage technology beginning on Thursday, 21 March and continuing through Sunday, 24 March.
Three projects expected to be operational in mid-2014
A professor at the University of Bath has been awarded an esteemed Wolfson Research Merit Award from the Royal Society for her work in the field of low carbon research.
The 36MW energy storage system will store power generated by the nearby Notrees wind farm and became fully operational in December