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The Future of Storage Energy
One solution to power outages is the notion of power storage, instead of real time usage. The notion of energy storage can either be at utility scale, which includes all energy storages at the side of the utility provider, or energy storage can include behind the meter storage, which is all measures taken by households and industry to store energy or ultimately remote power systems which are supplied to remote areas that are not typically connected to the grid. Israeli companies are the leaders in innovation concerning energy storage, with expertise in hydrogen as well as mobile energy units. https://israeltrade.org.au/2021/09/23/the-future-of-storage-energy/
23 September 2021 by Jeremy Ungar

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Making electrolysis cheaper and faster
Electrolysis is the process of using electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Currently, precious metals tend to provide the catalytic materials needed for the process. These metals are scarce & expensive. But researchers in Australia have identified a new option, made of cheaper more readily available minerals, which also reacts more quickly. https://www.aumanufacturing.com.au/curtin-team-claims-cheap-efficient-catalyst-for-green-hydrogen-production
20 September 2021 by Kylie Hargrea...

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18 September 2021 by Kylie Hargrea...

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A Gel Storage Battery that Never Catches Fire
A zinc-bromide gel sits at the heart of a new battery pilot manufacturing venture. Some of the well-known advantages of
10 September 2021 by Kylie Hargrea...

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26 August 2021 by April Chepovs...

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First container ship to operate on carbon neutral methanol
Maersk plans to run a small container ship on e-methanol as early as 2023. 10,000 tonnes of carbon neutral methanol will be produced using solar powered electrolysis (to get the Hydrogen molecules) plus biogenic CO2 - extracted from biomass by rotting, combustion or other processing. Biogenic CO2 is considered "carbon neutral" if when accounting for the living plant absorbing CO2 whilst alive and releasing it when dead, there has been no net increase in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on a life-cycle basis. https://www.maersk.com/news/articles/2021/08/18/maersk-secures-green-e-methanol
22 August 2021 by Kylie Hargrea...