Energy storage with second life batteries by ENGIE and Umicore
The energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is at cruising speed. As the leader of this carbon-free transition, ENGIE already has 681 MW of installed renewable energy capacity in Belgium (solar, wind, biomass and hydropower), making it the largest green electricity producer in the country.Ca m'intéresse
Heating Silicon To Power Tomorrow’s Battery?
To compensate for the hazards of renewable energy production, new forms of electricity storage are necessary. Among some of the avenues explored: using electricity to heat materials, like silicon, to very high temperatures, and then, later, converting that heat to … electricity.Ca m'intéresse
A “Second Life” For Electric Car Batteries: Award-Winning Innovation For...
That humming sound of new electric vehicles (EV) on the road is one of the most encouraging signs of our energy transition. In just five years, annual EV sales have jumped from 300,000 to 1.2 million worldwide — with growth expected to multiply to at least 23 million new vehicles a year by 2030.Ca m'intéresse
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