These H2 calibrated flow meters work in many pipe diameters and can go without routine maintenance.
‘Design for Recycling’ could be a promising approach to achieve sustainable battery economy, and meet regulatory requirements as well as new battery directive demands from different markets including the United States, the European Union (EU) and China.
Renewables company Maoneng has received development approval for its proposed 240 MWp/480 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS) in Mornington Peninsula.
The MOVIGEAR mechatronic drive system combines motor, gear unit and corresponding drive electronics in one system to facilitate efficiency and functionality.
Researchers have managed to stabilise lithium–sulfur battery technology by simply using a glucose-based additive on the positive electrode.
Korean researchers have found a way to prevent the initial loss of lithium ions in supposedly fully charged batteries.
IPD will become the preferred distributor of ABB's low-voltage power distribution product portfolio and the AC range of electric vehicle chargers.
Bonfiglioli's BX Heavy Duty Series of asynchronous motors is designed to meet the requirements of demanding industrial applications.
Deakin's nanotechnology research team has developed an innovative use of the nanomaterial boron nitride nanotubes to improve the performance of Li–S batteries.
The Smart Power Meter from ICP DAS gives access to real-time electric usage for three-phase power measurement.
The council has upgraded its ageing infrastructure to enable its water supply system to operate more efficiently and cost-effectively.
Supermarket refrigerators are consuming far more energy than necessary due to incorrectly placed thermometers, according to an accidental finding by Swedish researchers.
GEA SEnS is focusing on process and utility optimisation to help its customers benefit from energy savings of up to 30% and reductions in CO2 emissions by as much as 90 or even 100%.
Keeping an entire university cool is no easy feat, especially in a warm climate, but the University of Sunshine Coast achieved this using a giant solar-powered 'water battery'.
E22 to install its first battery storage system in Australia for AusNet in East Gippsland, after GRS energises a photovoltaic solar plant for Amp Energy in NSW.