Wind power drives production sites in Finland
Neste is committed to lowering its carbon footprint in production ahead of the EU’s climate and energy targets. One concrete example of Neste’s climate work is its new long-term agreement on wind power with a leading clean-energy company Fortum.
What is the solution to EV charging?
The pace of change in our automotive lives has been extraordinary and it is by no means over yet. For example, imagine being able to charge an electric vehicle wirelessly while driving, without having to stop every time you need extra power. Well, there's a company working on it right now. They are developing a charging technology that is built into our highways. It is the solution, they say, for low cost, easy to deploy, reliable and clean EV ch...
eBook focuses on EV charging infrastructure
In an eBook titled Electrification of the Vehicle, subject matter experts from Mouser Electronics and Bourns provide detailed explanations of inductors and current sense resistors to reduce automotive emissions and detailed explanations of concepts and products including shunt resistors, inductor designs for on-board chargers, and the use of inductors and current sense resistors to reduce automotive emissions.
Duo partner to lead innovative rapid EV charging trial
An innovative project, ‘DC share’, will develop and trial a solution that shares capacity across existing AC electricity distribution network substations, enabling increased numbers of high power EV chargers to be connected to the network at lower cost.
Upgraded factory for electric vehicle fast-charging stations
The festive reopening of EVBox’s Bordeaux facility focuses on the production of fast (DC) and ultra-fast (HPC) charging stations, as well as R&D in new technologies such as V2G (Vehicle-to-Grid). The Bordeaux facility was acquired by EVBox in July 2018 and has seen as rapid growth since. Because of the extension and renovation, the factory can now support the growth plan of EVBox by allowing the reception of about 200 empl...
High-performance encoders for wind turbines at SPS
Nidec Industrial Solutions presented its new Avtron Encoder designed specifically for tomorrow’s wind farms at the SPS trade fair in Nuremberg, an event for the automation and digital industry and which is taking place this 26th to 28th November. With the launch of this innovative solution, Nidec Industrial Solutions confirms its global leadership in the growth of the renewable energy sector.
Final turbine installed at large offshore wind farm
Ørsted has announced that the final wind turbine has been installed at Hornsea One offshore wind farm. With the component loadout taking place at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s factory in Hull, where the majority of blades were constructed, the components were then transported 120km out to sea by two specialist vessels.
Designing highly efficient, powerful and fast EV charging stations
As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) increase, there is a growing need to create more energy-efficient charging infrastructure systems around the world that can charge vehicles faster than ever before. New EVs have higher ranges and larger battery capacities than their predecessors, necessitating the development of fast DC charging solutions to support quick charging requirements.
How can you reduce your energy bills?
We all want to save money, right? For some it’s to afford those little luxuries in life, while for others it’s a necessity to get by. Worryingly, this surveys show that six million Brits fear they’ll never get rid of their debt and a quarter are struggling to make ends meet each month. However, there are several ways you can relieve the pressure caused by household bills. Here, with David Laing, who specialises in wind...
World’s first ‘pop up’ on-street electric vehicle chargers
Oxford Direct Services (ODS) has played a role as Principal Contractor for the residential trial of ‘pop up’ on-street electric vehicle charging points. The ‘OxPops’ trial comprises six ‘UEone’ retractable (‘pop up’) pavement bollards installed on the north eastern end of Lonsdale Road in North Oxford.