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Energy Vault starts building green hydrogen storage project

Energy Vault has begun construction on a 293 MWh green hydrogen and battery storage facility within utility Pacific Gas & Electric’s service territory in northern California.


Survey highlights fire-detection, suppression issues in battery storage systems

A new Clean Energy Associates (CEA) survey shows that 26% of battery storage systems have fire-detection and fire-suppression issues, while about 18% face challenges with thermal management systems.

Hydrogen plus battery storage could enable clean energy transition

A new Stanford University report shows that the transition to clean energy could help many countries to reduce their annual energy costs by around 61%.


Nikola opens hydrogen refueling station for heavy-duty vehicles in California

Nikola Corp. has opened its first hydrogen refueling station for heavy-duty vehicles in southern California. It says it aims to build a network of up to 60 such facilities over the next few years.


EV owners more likely to install rooftop solar

Scientists at the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have analyzed a survey of 869 households in the San Francisco Bay area and have found that electric vehicle (EV) owners are more likely to install rooftop solar on their homes than other consumers.


Brenmiller Energy commissions thermal energy storage demonstration project

Brenmiller Energy’s thermal energy storage demonstration system at the State University of New York uses crushed rocks to store energy from renewables or the grid.

Antora Energy receives $4 million grant to scale thermophotovoltaic technology

Antora says its thermal batteries offer a cost-effective way to store energy and produce high-temperature industrial heat and electricity on demand

Dragonfly making cells with lithium hydroxide from recycled batteries

Dragonfly Energy is using lithium hydroxide recovered from recycled batteries to manufacture battery cells, with Aqua Metals leading the way in recycling solutions for materials in the supply chains for energy storage and electric vehicles.


Hydrogen stations can avoid unplanned shutdowns with predictive models

New research from the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) focuses on a specific model that uses data to reduce the frequency of unscheduled maintenance, while increasing the frequency of preventive maintenance.


California’s first full-scale direct air capture hub awarded $11.8 million

The hub could potentially remove more than 1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide every year, or the equivalent of eliminating 220,000 gasoline vehicles on the road annually.


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