Energy storage news: 23.10.13

The Graphene Flagship was officially launched this week. The initiative, funded by the European Commission, aims to take graphene from research to industries. Photo credit: Chalmers University
The Graphene Flagship was officially launched this week. The initiative, funded by the European Commission, aims to take graphene from research to industries. Photo credit: Chalmers University
The Graphene Flagship was officially launched this week. The initiative, funded by the European Commission, aims to take graphene from research to industries. Photo credit: Chalmers University

The Graphene Flagship has been officially launched. Funded by the European Commission, it aims to take graphene from research to industries. Photo credit: Chalmers University

A selection of energy storage news from our Twitter feed over the last week.

  • Advanced battery energy storage system, part of the new GridSTAR Smart Grid Experience Center, launched at Philadelphia Navy Yard by Penn State University.‬

  • Energy storage systems for solar and wind power integration will surpass USD$10bn by 2023, says Navigant Research.‬‬
  • Europe’s Graphene Flagship, a €1bn investment in graphene research and development, has been launched this week.
  • Grid-Scale energy storage market will support and compete with conventional generation, says GTM Research.
  • Wireless electric vehicle charging stations hide under “manhole covers”, thanks to HEVO Power.
  • Trojan Battery has developed an online battery sizing calculator for off-grid storage needs.

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