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No more action for a while

For those who follow this website's news and my blog, you’ve certainly noticed that I didn’t publish anything over the last few months. And it will unfortunately continue like this. I made an important professional commitment that do not allow me, for practical reasons, to continue my professional activities with Dupont Energy Consulting. To my clients: thank you for your continued confidence over the last two years. It was an exciting and fruitful time. See you elsewhere soon.

Posted on 15 September 2013 | 11:00 am

Summer holidays

First 2013 semester was very busy, with very interesting projects. It was also a fruitful period for developing our professional network and to meet other professionals in the energy sector. Thank you all for the good collaboration and interesting discussions. See you in September.

Posted on 23 July 2013 | 5:00 pm

Younicos & Samsung SDI Strategic partnership

Younicos and lithium-ion battery storage provider Samsung SDI announced on April 24, 2013 a strategic partnership to build competitive Megawatt-scale grid-tied battery parks. One week later, they announced their first project for the renewable power utility company Wemag AG in Schwerin, West Mecklenburg, Germany. The 5 WM & 5 MWh system shall level short-term fluctuations and regulate transmission network frequency, in order to allow safe integration of wind and solar power into the existing network.

Posted on 8 May 2013 | 11:00 am

FIAMM battery smoothes solar power in US

FIAMM installed its first Sodium-Nickel battery system for grid application in US. It aims to smooth out minute-by-minute the power output of a 1.2 MW photovoltaic plant located 5 km away. Although relatively small, 402 kW and 42 min at full capacity, this project gives FIAMM and the utility Duke Energy, North Carolina, the opportunity to test the system under real operating conditions.

Posted on 19 April 2013 | 4:00 pm