A new electric vehicle fast charging network being built out in the Netherlands will be among the world’s largest when it’s done by 2015.
A new quick charge mechanism is being used in Geneva, Switzerland to test pilot a program designed to keep electric buses on the go in a timely manner.
There’s a lot of life left in old Chevy Volt batteries, and GM and ABB have a prototype power supply and grid power balancing system to prove it.
The small ex-Soviet satellite state of Estonia is the unlikely location for the world’s first nationwide network of DC fast chargers.
ABB, an international power and automation technologies company, announced it has started installing fast-charging systems at BP service stations in the Netherlands.
The U.S. is lagging on offshore wind, but ABB and partners say a DOE-backed study on grid interconnection could help move things forward smartly.
Engineering firm ABB has launched a new concentrating solar power plant design that it says is cheaper and easier to deploy than parabolic trough power plants.
North Sea wind-power development means two big deals for ABB and Siemens to use high-voltage direct current transmission lines to bring power to the mainland.
El Hierro in the Canary Islands may soon reportedly be the first island to generate all of its energy through clean wind, hydroelectricity and solar sources.
GM is exploring alternative uses for Volt electric car batteries which have outlived usefulness in the car, including as a source of renewable energy storage.