2018 has been an interesting and important year in technology and international standards. Here is a list of our most popular stories for each month, based on the number of times an article was clicked.
The new Chair of IEC TC 21: Secondary cells and batteries, Herbert Giess, is a highly respected specialist in lead acid battery technology as well as in battery operation support for renewable energy storage systems. His skills have led him to already chair TC 21 from 2006 to 2009.
Congestion, pollution, bumper-to-bumper traffic and nowhere to park … . The nightmare commute for most car drivers is pushing cities to contemplate new solutions and one of the answers could be the e-scooter.
It may not rival the FIFA World Cup in the public imagination just yet, but the international tournament that has just wrapped up in Montreal plans one day soon to become the showcase for the world’s best soccer players.
A new report underlines the benefits of hydrogen for energy storage. The UK’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) suggests that hydrogen stored in Britain’s gas grid could be more effective for making use of excess renewable power than batteries.