The Internet of Things offers interconnectivity for connected devices but creates a significant energy problem. A more efficient method of…
February 07, 2024 by John Nieman
A St. Louis company has developed electrified train cars that can operate independently and autonomously.
November 29, 2023 by Karen Hanson
European researcher SINTEF has assessed how electric construction equipment impacts grid performance and reduces emissions. The challenge is…
October 27, 2023 by John Nieman
Rondo Energy has announced $60 million in funding from a syndicate of leading cleantech investors to advance their innovative heat battery energy…
September 08, 2023 by Mike Falter
In support of the ongoing transition to a renewable grid, ComEd and Baltimore Gas and Electric have received a total of $30 million in federal…
July 18, 2023 by Claire Turvill
Swedish researchers developed a high-frequency radar technique to measure the movement of solids as they flow inside fluidized beds. This function…
July 14, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Traditional fireworks and new technologies light up the sky in the annual celebration of independence. Here, discover how fireworks are made and…
July 03, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
The region, once known for its industrial might, is getting a new lease on life thanks to battery manufacturing investments.
June 02, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
With energy price swings becoming more common, the manufacturing sector faces more pressure to upgrade its efficiency and hedge risk exposure.
May 01, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
Increasingly severe weather events cause concern for an aging grid infrastructure.
March 27, 2023 by Tim Qualheim
A new report charts lithium-ion battery recycling projects, as well as public and private interest in reusing electric vehicle batteries.
March 09, 2023 by Shannon Cuthrell
As layoffs cause disruption in our industry, EE Power wants to help connect out-of-work engineers with interesting new job prospects.
February 27, 2023 by Dale Wilson
The recent discovery of Europe's largest deposit of rare earth elements could help move electrification forward.
February 22, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
A report by IDTechEx examines the incentives and opportunities for the electronics industry to support the push toward sustainable manufacturing…
February 02, 2023 by Claire Turvill
Many electronics companies showcased their newest innovations at CES 2023 in Las Vegas with a common focus on reducing industry emissions and…
January 16, 2023 by Claire Turvill
The complaint is that electric vehicles cost too much, but carmakers keep bringing on more expensive models. Here are 12 of the most…
January 03, 2023 by Kevin Clemens
From passing the electromagnetic compatibility test to sizing batteries properly, EE Power’s top 10 most-viewed technical articles for 2022 cover…
December 28, 2022 by EEPower Editorial
Drones and drone technology have zoomed beyond military and government applications to make deep forays into the private sector. Here are the most…
December 21, 2022 by Jay Miller
MIT researchers have published a paper on vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology, which allows electric vehicles to return energy to the power grid and…
December 12, 2022 by Claire Turvill
New research projects shed light on a new mechanism of organic solar cells and materials for bringing out their best performance.
December 07, 2022 by Darshil Patel
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