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Qualcomm partners with Nichicon for EV charging

August 1, 2017
As per the agreement, Qualcomm has granted Nichicon a royalty bearing license to develop, make and supply WEVC systems based on Qualcomm Halo technology. Qualcomm will also provide a comprehensive technology transfer package to help Read More

Kyocera looking for jolt from fuel cell business

June 14, 2017
OSAKA — Kyocera will soon introduce commercial fuel-cell-based cogeneration systems that can produce electricity 20% more efficiently than rival systems now on the market, aiming to turn the energy-saving technology into a robust earnings generator. Read More

Clean Technology Innovation Is in Decline

April 30, 2017
The last two years have been slow for green energy patents, and plans to cut federal R&D could make that a real problem. Source: Clean Technology Innovation Is in Decline

Goldwind honors TDK EPCOS in China

April 30, 2017
TDK Corporation announces that EPCOS Sales China has received the 2016 Technical Cooperation Award from the Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Goldwind Science and Technology for the company’s dedicated and excellent technical and after-sales support. Goldwind Read More

Knowles caps tackle EV charging challenge

March 26, 2017
Knowles caps tackle EV charging challengeKnowles is aiming at electric and hybrid vehicle charging with a range of X7RThe main differences between ceramic dielectricThe insulating material between the plates of the capacitor. The material is Read More

A123 Systems opens new Czech facility

March 9, 2017
A123 Systems LLC, a developer and manufacturer of advanced lithium-ion batteries and systems, has officially opened a new manufacturing facility in Ostrava (Czech Republic). Source: A123 Systems opens new Czech facility

Marubeni to build 1.18GW solar plant

February 1, 2017
OKYO — Japanese trading house Marubeni will build and manage what will become one of the world’s largest mega solar power plants, with a capacity of 1.18 or so gigawatts — more than a nuclear reactor. Source: Read More