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Cressall Resistors

  • Cressall Resistors, Evington Valley Road, Leicester,
    LE5 5LZ
    United Kingdom
  • +44 (0) 116 2733633
  • http://www.cressall.com
  • 44 (0) 116 2737911

Cressall Resistors Articles

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Eco Innovation
9th August 2022
The hydrogen catalyst to the EV revolution

From charging stations to electricity generation, projects across the UK are appearing, fuelled by new regulations and investment pledges across all stages of the EV supply chain.

Automotive
13th June 2022
Improving electric vehicle efficiency at The Battery Show Europe

Cressall Resistors is exhibiting at The Battery Show Europe from June 28 to 30, 2022 at Messe Stuttgart, Germany.

Industries
24th May 2022
Dedicated to the load bank cause

High power resistor manufacturer Cressall Resistors has launched a new division specifically for its load bank range, Power Prove.

Power
12th May 2022
The role of resistors in powering icebreaker ships

Sea ice covers around 12% of the world’s oceans, blocking the path for ships attempting to travel across the Earth’s coldest regions.

Alternative Energy
12th April 2022
All aboard: how railways can lower transport emissions

The International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates that passenger and freight transport activity will more than double by 2050. Railway transport provides an efficient solution to meet growing transport demand, and electrification offers a way to meet expectations with minimal environmental impact. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall, explains how rail transport can help lower transport’s emissions.

Automotive
13th September 2021
What is regenerative braking?

Imagine if you could reclaim some of the energy you lose throughout the day, without needing to rest. Did you know that electric vehicles (EVs) are able to do this through regenerative braking?

Automotive
26th August 2021
A zero carbon transportation system

In July 2021, the UK Government unveiled its plan to decarbonise the entire domestic transport system to align with the net zero by 2050 target. All forms of domestic transport will be decarbonised - on land, air and sea. Simone Bruckner Managing Director of automotive resistor manufacturer Cressall, investigates how transport manufacturers can support these plans and cut out transport’s carbon reliance.

Automotive
12th August 2021
The hydrogen future of Europe’s automotive market

April 2021 saw the latest collaboration in support of fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) uptake, with automotive manufacturer Nikola announcing plans to create a hydrogen pipeline and refuelling system across Europe. What technology is required to make hydrogen a viable option both in terms of sustainability and automotive efficiency? Here Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of automotive resistor manufacturer Cressall Resistors, investigates hydro...

Power
20th July 2021
Load bank manufacturer launches power control chopper

In response to growing demand for more precise power dissipation, load bank manufacturer Power Prove has launched a dedicated IGBT-based electronic power control chopper, for continuous regulation of its load bank product offering. The power control chopper can be easily integrated into load banks to achieve high power dissipation and a degree of precision superior to that offered by any competitor.

Automotive
7th July 2021
Electrifying the UK heavy vehicle market

The Department for Transport Statistics reports that there were 485,900 heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) licenced in the UK in 2020, but only 400 of these were battery electric powered. With HGVs being a significant contributor of carbon emissions, will we see an increase in electric power? Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of power resistor manufacturer Cressall, has explored the potential of electrifying the UK heavy vehicle market.

Alternative Energy
23rd June 2021
The role of generator choice in consistent wind power

The Danish government recently made history with the commission of the world’s first energy island. The island will house 200 giant wind turbines to power three million households across Denmark, and could support neighbouring nations such as Germany and the UK. Although wind is abundant, ensuring a consistent, high-quality power output can be challenging. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall Resistors explains the importanc...

Industrial
9th June 2021
Powering the shift to electric mines with resistors

The development of mining vehicles has taken many twists and turns throughout its 500-year history — from wooden carts to diesel-fuelled trucks and most recently, electric vehicles (EVs). Increasing environmental, financial and governmental pressures are driving the mining industry towards electrification. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall Resistors has investigated the benefits of electrified underground mining and ...

Passives
7th June 2021
Diving into marine resistor design

Covering over 70% of the Earth’s surface, the oceans are a vital element of our planet’s ecosystem. However, for the millions of vessels that cross them, the aquatic environment can present a problem. Vessels are increasingly using electrical systems to power across oceans, but a component’s design must account for these extreme conditions. Here, David Atkins, project director at Cressall, investigates offshore resistor des...

Industrial
19th May 2021
The benefits of neutral earthing transformers

Thanks to the health and wellness scene, the term ‘grounding’ has taken on a whole new meaning. Connecting directly with the Earth’s surface by walking barefoot is thought to enable the ground’s free electrons to restore the body’s energy balance, alleviating illness. Similarly, in electricity transmission, earthing stabilises the electrical system, helping to prevent damage from earth fault currents. Here, Martin Ni...

Alternative Energy
13th May 2021
Increasing the efficiency of solar power

Solar power is currently the UK’s third largest renewable energy generator, but inefficiency challenges its growth. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of power resistor manufacturer Cressall, has explored how solar panel efficiency can be improved to increase its supply to the grid.

Automotive
26th April 2021
Overcoming bumps in the EV road

The ten-year countdown is on for the UK’s 2030 petrol and diesel vehicles ban. Changing the fuel source of the nation’s vehicle fleet is sure to present some hurdles, so what can be done to make widespread Electric Vehicle (EV) rollout a reality? Here Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall, investigates.

Alternative Energy
11th March 2021
Can we expand offshore wind to reach 2030’s 40GW target?

The UK’s history is enriched with maritime activity. Surrounded by water from John o' Groats to Lands’ End, the surrounding waters have played a pivotal role in trade, travel, and most recently, electricity production. Achieving the Government’s target of generating 40 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind power every year by 2030 will require continued investment and development in power equipment. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Di...

Alternative Energy
9th February 2021
Securing the UK’s net carbon future

Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently announced ambitions to reduce carbon emissions by 68% by the end of 2030, placing a greater emphasis on renewable energy resources. However, renewables’ weather-dependency can make securing consistent power difficult. Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of power resistor manufacturer for renewables Cressall, has explored how biomass can ensure a reliable electricity supply on a renewable grid a...

Automotive
8th December 2020
The developments that steered EVs from past to present

With sales of Electric Vehicles (EVs) already rising by 144% in 2019, the popularity of EVs will only continue to increase - but they haven’t always been racing ahead. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall, looks at the history of EVs, and the developments that advanced them.

Power
26th November 2020
How can tidal power realise its potential?

The UK Government estimates that tidal energy could meet around 20% of the country’s electricity demands. Despite this fortunate position, uptake of tidal power has been slow. How should we encourage the development of this promising resource? Here, David Atkins, Projects Director at Cressall, has explored how technology can guarantee the future of tidal power.

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