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Cal on October 16th, 2017

MarketResearchFuture says the global energy storage market is about to grow 20% annually between now and 2023. Energy storage ranges from small to very large systems. It is segmented into mechanical energy storage, electro-chemical energy storage, thermal storage, and chemical storage. Energy storage systems have become important for storing renewable energy in recent years because of […]

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Cal on October 15th, 2017

Australian airline Qantas announced it will use biofuels on its flights from Los Angeles International airport starting in 2020. The firm said it will purchase 30 million litres annually of a 50/50 blend of plant-derived biofuel and conventional fuel to power its flights between Los Angeles and Australia. US bioenergy company SG Preston will supply the […]

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Cal on October 14th, 2017

A new study by the China University of Petroleum in Beijing says the Asian country is about to experience a peak in its total crude oil production as early as next year.  Without finding an alternative source of “new abundant energy resources”, the study warns, the 2018 peak in China’s combined conventional and unconventional oil will […]

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Cal on October 10th, 2017

Almost 50 new pure electric-car models will come to market globally between now and 2022. Globally, there will be 136 EVs on the market by the end of that year, and that does not include the hybrid models or hydrogen fuel cells. Analysts at Bernstein Research calculate that a 500-kilometer battery for an electric car costs […]

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Cal on September 25th, 2017

The Japanese government is expected to ease regulations on hydrogen refueling stations, with the goal of making the refueling points less costly to set up and to operate in the hope of spurring the adoption of fuel cell vehicles. Building a hydrogen station costs 400 million yen to 500 million yen ($3.5 million to $4.4 million), […]

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Cal on September 22nd, 2017

Daimler AG announced plans to spend $1 billion to start production of Mercedes-Benz electric vehicles at its factory in the US state of Alabama. The plant will assemble electric sport utility vehicles, making Daimler the first European company to assemble plug-in EVs in the US. The alliance of automakers Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi revealed their six-year […]

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Cal on September 18th, 2017

The European Marine Centre has produced hydrogen gas from electricity generated from tides off the coast of Orkney, Scotland. This is the first time hydrogen has been created by tidal energy. They hydrogen will be converted back to electricity by a fuel cell at a pier in Kirkwall where it will be used as auxiliary […]

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Cal on September 1st, 2017

The US city of Santa Fe, New Mexico has voted unanimously to target 100% renewable energy for city owned operations by 2025. Presently 25% of the city’s energy now comes from renewable sources, primarily solar installations on municipal buildings. China has reached its 2020 solar power target three years ahead of schedule, after installed solar […]

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