Energy storage news: 25.06.14

Redox Power Systems, University of Maryland, Microsoft and Trans-Tech collaborate on solid oxide fuel cells, with funding from ARPA-E.

Redox Power Systems, University of Maryland, Microsoft and Trans-Tech are collaborating on solid oxide fuel cells, with funding from ARPA-E. Photo credit: University of Maryland

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

  • Redox Power Systems, the University of Maryland, Microsoft and Trans-Tech are collaborating to develop solid oxide fuel cells, using funding from the US Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy.
  • Stationary fuel cells will continue to represent the majority of the fuel cell market, with a projected 42% annual growth to 2022, according to Navigant Research.

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