- “Counting the Ways to Store Renewable Energy” • A mind-boggling array of energy storage technologies is being tested in labs and workshops across the globe. Among them are chemical, electro-chemical, mechanical, and thermal energy storage systems, all competing to get the attention of whoever whats to store energy. [Chemical & Engineering News]
- “World’s First Successful Ammonia Synthesis Using Renewable Hydrogen” • JGC Corp and Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology announced that a joint project used renewable energy to generated hydrogen and synthesize ammonia from the hydrogen, then used the ammonia to fuel a gas-powered generator. [ChemEngOnline]
- “Sunflare’s Lightweight Solar Lets Solar Go Where it Couldn’t Go Before” • Sunflare’s CIGS solar cells are manufactured with a proprietary technology that prints the cells onto a stainless steel backing. The sheet of stainless that they’re printed on is durable and flexible, and opens up new options for how and where solar panels are placed. [CleanTechnica]
- “Suzhou Forum Calls for Faster Energy Transformation for Better Lives and Prosperity” • The Third International Forum on Energy Transitions met in Suzhou, China, aiming to identify solutions to scale up renewable energy innovations, accelerate power sector transformation, and increase renewable energy financing. [Modern Diplomacy]
- “Duke Energy Florida Restores More Than 75,000 Customer Outages in the Panhandle Following Hurricane Michael; Rebuilding Efforts Continue” • Duke Energy Florida has restored power to more than 75,000 customers. Nearly 3,800 customers in Bay and Gulf counties, where systems were heavily damaged, still have no electricity. [Yahoo News]
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