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Report on Hydrogen Transport Possibilities

Peter and Alison attended Advanced Propulsion’s Centre’s recent seminar ‘Hydrogen – Time to Put our Foot on the Gas?’ in Cardiff. This is Peter’s report on the state of hydrogen as a transport option. We are signed up to take … Continue reading

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Pole mounted energy storage

Interesting scheme in Toronto where they are mounting compact storage units on electricity poles. Each unit, storing 15 kilowatt hours of energy, is paired with a transformer and can supplement needs during peak hours in homes.

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1 year’s solar storage data – Talybont household

Talybont Energy Directors, Alison & Peter installed a Wattstor solar storage system in their home a year ago to make better use of the electricity generated by their 4kw PV panels. Here they provide a year’s worth of data and … Continue reading

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Underground Energy Storage in Wales

One of our Talybont Energy Directors has written an essay exploring the opportunities for using pumped storage schemes to store renewable energy in the coal fields of Wales.

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Urea Batteries

This looks like an interesting innovation – storage batteries using urea which is (of course) widely and cheaply available and definitely renewable!

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Advice on Community Energy Storage

Helpful advice on the state of energy storage from RegenSW. “Firstly it should be stressed that energy storage is very different to renewables and there are a different set of issues for community groups to consider: The income is less … Continue reading

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