29 Nov 2021
Easelink develops automated conductive charging solutions for electric vehicles (EVs). It was founded in August 2016 by Hermann Stockinger and is headquartered in Graz, Austria and has 29 employees as of November 2021. Easelink closely collaborates with a diverse set of stakeholders that include OEMs, suppliers, and service providers. Furthermore, Easelink actively works on an international standardization process for automated conductive charging by participating in various standardization bodies for charging technology.
20 Sep 2021
Founded in 2001 by e-mobility pioneers, Tritium designs and manufactures proprietary hardware and software to create DC fast chargers for electric vehicles.
27 Jul 2021
DIFT is the Deutsche Institute für Textil und Faserforschung (German Institute for Textiles and Fabrics). IDTechEx caught up with staff scientist Dr Reinhold Schneider regarding their work on e-textiles.
14 Jul 2021
Record Electricity Generation in Faroe Islands Tidal Energy Project
Minesto recently resumed operations with its tidal kite system DG100 in the company's project in the Faroe Islands, which Minesto is carrying out together with the electric utility company SEV. Following this spring's success with electricity production in Vestmannasund, Minestos has upgraded the DG100 system to increase production performance in terms of both maximum and average power.
13 Jul 2021
EnOcean GmbH wireless systems use electrodynamic and photovoltaic harvesting for power without batteries, occasionally adding thermoelectric when needed.
8 Jul 2021
Green Battery and Hot Reserve for the Israel Electric Company
Ellomay Pumped Storage Ltd has awarded AFRY with Owner's Engineering services for the Manara pumped storage power plant in Israel. The project will create a green battery and a hot reserve for the Israel Electric Company.
25 Jun 2021
Most Marine Renewable Energy Produced in the United States
Verdant Power's grid-connected tidal power demonstration project in New York City has exceeded performance projections by every measure.
11 Jan 2021
Setting Standards for New Materials
Silicon was first discovered in 1787, but it wasn't until the 1950s that it became widely used in industry. In contrast, the Graphene Flagship has been working to bring graphene to the market in just ten years. Determining accepted technical standards for graphene will play a large part in meeting that deadline.
9 Jun 2020
Next Generation Solar Cells Pass Strict International Tests
Light-weight, cheap and ultra-thin perovskite crystals have promised to shake-up renewable energy for some time. Research means they are ready to take the next steps towards commercialisation.