Batteries & Other Energy Storage Devices

January 2021
The World's Largest Integrated Solar-Powered Battery System
Florida Power & Light Company announced that construction has begun on the FPL Manatee Energy Storage Center, which is expected to shatter industry records as the world’s largest integrated solar-powered battery system, capable of powering Disney World for approximately seven hours.  Located in Parris
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Date:
01/28/2021

Innovating Power Delivery Networks
Every electronic piece of equipment or system has a power delivery network (PDN) made up of cables, bus bars, connectors, circuit board copper power planes and AC-to-DC and DC-to-DC converters and regulators. Governing the performance of a PDN is its overall architecture, such as the use of AC or DC voltage di
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Date:
01/28/2021
Fast-Recovery AEC-Q Rectifiers w/ Best-in-Class Performance
Taiwan Semiconductor announces the availability of the RS2x family of fast recovery rectifiers. These 2A-rated diodes are available with reverse voltage ratings of 200V and 1 KV, each available in either SOD-128 or Thin SMA package. These two surface mount packages align with standard pc-board solder pads fa
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Date:
01/18/2021
Recycling Could Offset Potential Lithium Shortage
We have never relied more on batteries than we do today. That trend will accelerate as we turn more to renewable energy, electric vehicles and the IoT starts to really fulfil its potential. Analyst, IDC predicts that there will be 41.6 billion IoT connected devices by 2025, the majority of which will use some ki
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01/04/2021
Fast Charging Using Integrated Battery Thermal Management
This past November, PSD made the pilgrimage to the “Motor City,” The Automotive Capital of the World…on our computers. The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo (rebranded as The Battery Show & EV Tech Digital Days) has a proud history of spotlighting the latest in automo
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Date:
01/04/2021
An Electrified New Year
Electric and hybrid vehicles currently own a very humble slice of the automotive pie (<2%), but that’ll change very soon. A combination of government mandates – the UK plans to outlaw non-zero emission cars by 2035 – and automakers pledging to go fully electric should create a bear market for EVs a
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Date:
01/04/2021