Tag: energy storage

Energy storage involves converting energy from forms that are difficult to store (electricity, kinetic energy, etc.) to more conveniently or economically storable forms. Some technologies provide only short-term energy storage, and others can be very long-term such as power to gas using hydrogen or methane and the storage of heat or cold between opposing seasons in deep aquifers or bedrock.

Cummins Announces Acquisition of Energy Storage Technology

Cummins Announces Acquisition of Energy Storage Technology

Brammo Acquisition Will Accelerate Electrification Platform

Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) today announced that it is acquiring the assets of Brammo, Inc., which designs and develops battery packs for mobile and stationary applications. Adding Brammo’s battery pack expertise and resources is an important milestone in Cummins efforts to become a global electrified

Continental Control Systems, Manufacturer of the WattNode Energy Meter and ACT Current Transformers  SOCOMEC, SAS Announces the Acquisition of CCS

Continental Control Systems, Manufacturer of the WattNode Energy Meter and ACT Current Transformers SOCOMEC, SAS Announces the Acquisition of CCS

A Benfeld, France Innovative Power Solution Provider Conglomerate, Acquires Longmont, Colorado-Based Continental Control Systems

SOCOMEC an independent, industrial group of $550M revenue, with a workforce of over 3200 people spread over 27 subsidiaries worldwide, recently announced the acquisition of Continental Control Systems, a Longmont-based manufacturing and engineering firm. A 22-year-old company,

UTC: Energy Storage Key to Electric Utilities’ Efficiency and Service

UTC: Energy Storage Key to Electric Utilities’ Efficiency and Service

Utilities should consider storage in resource planning and investment

Washington State regulators today issued a formal policy statement addressing how Washington’s investor-owned electric utility companies should include energy storage to meet future resource requirements.

In the statement, the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) reviewed the landscape of energy storage technologies and

Microgrid Technology to Improve Energy Security and Sustainablity

Microgrid Technology to Improve Energy Security and Sustainablity

Nearly 25 years ago, Caterpillar opened a proving ground about 30 miles southwest of Tucson, AZ. The facility consists of large open-air test areas, where Caterpillar conducts field trials of many of its large mining equipment before being brought to market. The proving ground site also includes workshops and an office building.

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Onsite Generation and Energy Storage Solutions

Onsite Generation and Energy Storage Solutions

Data centers, hospitals, and manufacturers can’t lose power for even a minute. The same can be said for financial institutions. Unfortunately, public power infrastructure in cities across the United States is aging. And as it does, power failures are becoming more common.

Five K-12 School Districts Go Solar to Save Energy & Money, Create Jobs

Five K-12 School Districts Go Solar to Save Energy & Money, Create Jobs

Every school district faces challenges with rising utility costs and growing demand for technology in the classroom. However, energy-efficiency measures offer a universally applicable and infinitely customizable solution to ensure districts can save significantly on electricity and water costs, enabling schools to apply critical financial resources elsewhere.

A number of opportunities

The Power Industry’s Patchwork Quilt

The Power Industry’s Patchwork Quilt

My great-grandmother was a quilter. She pieced together colorful fabric scraps to create mosaic patterns on each blanket. I remember her dismay one day after tacking a design together when she discovered an additional set of pieces that needed to be included. After a moment of reevaluation, she cut the

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Trane Air-Fi wireless technology is available with carbon dioxide and occupancy sensing options. Customers can use one device to measure temperature, relative humidity, CO2, and occupancy status without the use of wires, resulting in lower installation costs, streamlined processes, and ease of operation. With Air-Fi wireless technology, installations can be

Creative Configurations

Creative Configurations

Data centers, hospitals, and manufacturers can’t lose power for even a minute. The same can be said for financial institutions. Unfortunately, public power infrastructure in cities across the United States is aging. And as it does, power failures are becoming more common.

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