Stories with the tag: Renewable Energy
By adjusting water discharges in ways designed to boost salmon productivity, officials at Priest Rapids dam in central Washington were able to more than triple the numbers of juvenile salmon downstream of the dam over a 30-year period.
Release Date: 2/25/2014
PNNL’s redox flow battery technology, which is expected to advance renewable energy storage, has been licensed to Lowell, Mass.-based WattJoule Corporation.
Release Date: 1/27/2014
Electric cars could travel farther on a single charge and more renewable energy could be saved for a rainy day if lithium-sulfur batteries can last longer. PNNL has developed a novel anode that could quadruple the lifespan of these promising batteries.
Release Date: 1/9/2014
Research conducted with a large new battery unveiled today in Oregon will help the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project make the electric system smarter and more efficient.
Release Date: 5/31/2013
A compressed air energy storage study has identified two locations in eastern Washington state that could store enough Northwest wind energy to power about 85,000 homes each month.
Release Date: 5/20/2013
PNNL’s energy management technology for smart grid operations has been licensed to Calico Energy Services of Bellevue, Wash.
Release Date: 1/29/2013
PNNL’s Will Shaw will describe plans for Reference Facility for Offshore Renewable Energy, a Department of Energy Facility where offshore wind power measurement technologies will be tested, at
the 93rd American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting.
Release Date: 1/8/2013
A technology that has potential for integrating energy from wind and solar power onto the electricity grid has been licensed to a Washington state firm.
Release Date: 10/2/2012
PNNL researchers will receive $3.8 million funding for projects aimed at dramatically improving how the U.S. produces and uses energy.
Release Date: 9/30/2011
Chemists have developed a catalyst that stores energy in hydrogen gas molecules at record-breaking speeds, creating 100,000 molecules of hydrogen gas every second.
Release Date: 8/11/2011