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Primus Power Wins Energy Storage Project With Bonneville Power and PSE Flow batteries in action.

It’s still early days in large-scale energy storage but the small projects of today are yielding real-world experience with new technology and grid integration.
Primus Power, a VC-funded flow battery startup, chalks up a small win with an R&D contract to deploy its large-scale energy… caes, deeya energy, ed cazalet, Energy Storage, enstorage, flow batteries, fuel cells, ionex, new technology and grid integration., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, php, primus power, regenerative fuel cells, rubenius, Smart Grid, utility scale energy storage, zbb

Potential of US algae biofuel revealed US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Just what is the potential of the algae biofuel market in fuelling the vehicles of tomorrow? According to a new analysis, there could be enough algae to produce up to 25billion gallons of algae-based biofuel a year in the USA alone: that’s one twelfth of its annual needs.
The report comes… ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology, biofuel market, biofuel revealed, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, PNNL, Potential of US, US Department of Energy’s

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