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Energy Vault raises $110 million from SoftBank Vision Fund as energy storage grabs headlines

Imagine a moving tower made of huge cement bricks weighing 35 metric tons. The movement of these massive blocks is powered by wind or solar power plants and is a way to store the energy those plants generate. Software controls the movement of the blocks automatically, responding to changes in power availability across an electric ...

Negative? How a Navy veteran refused to accept a ‘no’ to his battery invention

The journey for Trevor Jackson started, as many things do in tech, with research. He’d become fascinated by the experiments done not with lithium batteries, which had come to dominate the battery industry, but with so-called “aluminum-air” batteries. Technically described as “(Al)/air” batteries, these are the — almost — untold story from the battery world. ...

Fintech and clean tech? An odd couple or a perfect marriage?

The Valley’s rocky history with clean tech investing has been well-documented. Startups focused on non-emitting generation resources were once lauded as the next big cash cow, but the sector’s hype quickly got away from reality. Complex underlying science, severe capital intensity, slow-moving customers, and high-cost business models outside the comfort zones of typical venture capital, ...

Sila Nano’s battery tech is now worth over $1 billion with Daimler partnership and $150 million investment

Sila Nanotechnologies and its battery materials manufacturing technology are now worth over $1 billion. The company, which announced a $170 million funding led by Daimler and a partnership with the famed German automaker, started building out its first production lines for its battery materials last year. That first line is capable of producing the material ...

Are Water Fuel Cells Good For The Environment?

09.02.2008 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Industry experts do not believe fuel cell vehicles will reach mass market status before 2010, but when they do, there is great potential for revolutionizing transportation. We can reduce energy requirements along with reducing harmful emissions, not to mention reducing our dependence on foreign oil. But wait, there's more! ...