Expert Interviews and Background Stories

ees Global – Articles Created by Patrick Rademakers | eveyo

EV Charging Architecture 2.0

Sometimes you get so used to everyday problems and limitations that you just accept them as a given, without looking for a solution. The current EV Charging architecture is a good example of this.


ees Global – Articles Created by Nat Levy | University of Texas at Austin

New Room-Temperature Liquid-Metal Battery Could Be the Path to Powering the Future

Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have built a new type of battery that combines the many benefits of existing options while eliminating their key shortcomings and saving energy.


EM-Power Europe – Expert Interviews

Investments in energy efficiency and renewable energy pay off

Seven questions on the situation surrounding carbon neutrality for Dr. Roland Geres, Managing Partner of FutureCamp.



ees Global – Articles Created by Emily Folk | AltEnergyMag

10 Ways BIM is Improving Renewable Energy Efficiency

Building information modeling (BIM) is a new form of technology that helps the construction industry with planning and management. As renewable energy grows as a primary focus for buildings, BIM offers a key way to enforce that sustainability.


ees Global – Articles Created by Kate Gibson | Stanford Energy’s Precourt Institute

Mix of Mechanical and Thermal Energy Storage Seen as Best Bet to Enable More Wind and Solar Power

A combination of new mechanical and thermal technologies could provide us with enough energy storage to enable deep renewable adoption, says US secretary of energy and Nobel laureate in physics, Steven Chu.