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Off Grid Energy Independence

Smart Materials Replace Components: A New $200 Billion Business

Here come previously impossible devices and structures. The new IDTechEx report, "Smart Material Opportunities in Structural Electronics 2020-2030" analyses and forecasts a remarkable $200 billion materials opportunity by making dumb structures smart.

100MW of Grid Energy Storage Projects in Northern Ireland

The 100MW of energy storage will comprise two 50MW projects located in Drumkee, County Tyrone and Mullavilly, County Armagh. The two projects, which are currently under construction, are the largest projects to date in Northern Ireland and are expected to derive revenue from the new Irish "Delivering a Secure Sustainable Electricity System" program.

West Australian Town to Become Zero-Emisson Powered by Hydrogen

The coastal town of Denham may host a hydrogen demonstration project as part of a new energy solution planned for the town.

Rolls-Royce Takes Majority Holding in Power Storage Specialist

The joint development work on a range of storage solutions in recent months has shown that the two companies are an excellent fit.

Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition Launches

An international Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition has been formed to advance sustainable deployment of ocean-based renewable energy and mitigate the harmful impacts of climate change.

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