Month: April 2019
I recently read Bill Gate’s Linkedin end of 2018 article ‘What I learned at work this year,’which I very much enjoyed. While I agree with much of what Bill wrote, I can’t help but draw parallels between the part on energy and the biggest strategic blunder that both he and Microsoft made, namely missing out on … Continued
Batteries like all our electronic gadgets are susceptible to wear and tear and aging, with their life span depending on chemistry and how the batteries are used. In electric vehicles, batteries are put under significant stress because of the speed at which those batteries are charged and discharged, not to mention the weather extremes they … Continued
Bruce Huber has been invited to be part of the speaking faculty during the UK Clean Energy Infrastructure Summit 2019, which is organised by City & Financial Global. He will also contribute to a panel on the topic of Scaling Energy Storage in the UK. Agenda can be viewed here.