A Combination of Battery Physics and New Chemistries Will Accelerate Electrification
New battery chemistries come with tradeoffs. While much attention has been paid to chemistry, the battery cell and electrode design (the physics, as it can also be understood) has not been sufficiently considered.
Yokogawa Acquires PXiSE, a Developer of High-speed Control Software for Grids and Renewable Energy Assets
Yokogawa Electric Corporation has acquired all of the outstanding shares of PXiSE Energy Solutions LLC., a San Diego-based developer of software that enables utilities and other grid operators to deliver reliable and stable power by managing renewables and distributed energy resources (DERs) in real time. Through this acquisition, Yokogawa will build on its capabilities in the monitoring and control of power generation facilities and assist customers in the power transmission and distribution sectors to meet their clean energy goals.
ACEINNA Launches High Power Current Sensor for EVs & Charging
ACEINNA Launches High Power Current Sensor 65 Amp, AMR Based, Fully Isolated Current Sensor available in 3.3- and 5-Volt versions Fully integrated Current Sensor for Wide Bandgap power applications like DC Fast Charging, Server, Telecom & Industrial Power Supplies, Industrial Robots and Manufacturing Systems, Home Automation & IoT applications, Appliances, Inverters, Motor Control, and other critical applications ACEINNA today announced the high current ±65 Amp MCx1101 Current Sensor, the industry's most accurate and highest bandwidth current sensor.
BSLBATT expands integrated lithium-ion power to heavy-duty forklift segment
The demand for lithium batteries continues to increase as more Handle heavy load (beverage distribution, paper, wood, and metal industries), manufacturers, and consumers realize the benefits of lithium over lead-acid batteries. Raniero Forklifts, realizing this trend, has chosen premium BSLBATT lithium batteries to power their innovative Raniero Forklifts, a heavy-duty forklift application.
New LDES Council Report Finds Up to 140 TWh of Long-Duration Energy Storage Needed to Enable Grid Net Zero by 2040 at Lowest Cost
ESS, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of long-duration batteries for utility-scale and commercial energy storage applications, announces the publication of the Long-Duration Energy Storage (LDES) Council's LDES report, with ESS as a contributing author and founding member. The LDES report documents how the world's power systems can become carbon net-zero by deploying long-duration energy storage systems to store renewable power such as wind and solar.