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Source: Moixa

ees Global – Articles Created by Chris Wright, Chief Technology Officer, Moixa

Technology to Watch: Moixa’s GridShare

Moixa is the UK’s leading home battery company. It makes the Moixa Smart Battery and is pioneering battery aggregation with its GridShare platform. The Moixa Smart Battery allows customers to cut energy bills by storing spare solar instead of exporting it to the network. It also allows them to take…


Source: Energy Toolbase

ees Global – Articles Created by Tracy Fosterling, Content Marketing Specialist, Energy Toolbase

Objectively Modeling the Economics of Energy Storage Projects

Determining how much money a customer-sited Energy Storage System (ESS) saves can be tricky. The savings that ESS can achieve depends on many different inputs and assumptions of the project.


Source: Miltec UV

ees Global – Articles Created by Gary Voelker, Program Director, Miltec UV

Miltec UV Launches New Lithium-ion Battery Technology

Miltec UV is a privately held corporation located on the eastern side of the scenic Chesapeake Bay in Stevensville, Maryland. Miltec UV has been servicing the UV industry for 28 years and sustaining its global leadership in manufacturing for both arc and microwave ultraviolet (UV) curing systems.…


Hanwha Q Cells

ees Global – Articles Created by Jochen Endle, Director Corporate Communications, Hanwha Q CELLS

Solar Energy for the Future of Urban Student Housing

Urban Rigger is a revolutionary form of student housing which combines attractive and affordable habitation with sustainability and innovative thinking. The Urban Rigger connects six regular containers into a both smart and attractive living space. As if that wouldn´t be innovative enough, what´s…


Source: BASF SE

ees Global – Articles Created by Dr. Markus Hoelzle, Director Battery Materials Development, BASF SE

Global Batteries Based on Local Development – The Amagasaki Battery Materials Application Center in Japan

Every working day in BASF’s global battery materials development network starts in Japan, the land of the rising sun. A few hours after the last e-mails with data updates have been sent out by the R&D team in the United States, the working day starts in BASF’s development laboratory in Amagasaki,…