Protonex Technology Corp., a subsidiary of Ballard Power Systems, has has inked an agreement to provide FlyH2 Aerospace a fuel cell propulsion system for an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
The C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and NUMA World are launching a new initiative aimed at providing cities with the data they need to address climate change concerns. DataCity C40 was unveiled last week and only days after US President Donald Trump announced that country’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.
It’s already well known the adoption of information and communications technologies (ICTs) has transformed many parts of the energy and utility sector. Smart grid, demand response and even the emergence of vehicle to grid services are just a few that have been realized as a result of adding intelligent connectivity to the legacy utility industry.
But a new type of network, dubbed 5G, has the potential to be an even greater game changer not only for utilities, but other verticals such as transportation, industrial automation and resource extraction sectors. The game changing aspect is because it’s really fast, has very quick device to device responsiveness (or low latency in technical terms) and promises to significantly improve battery life of devices. (Skip to the end of the article for a Primer on 5G). As a result of a super fast and quick responding wireless network, a whole bunch of applications are enabled, ones that can boost productivity, improve energy efficiency and reduce air pollution and other environmental damages.
GHGSat has released sample imagery from its demonstration satellite, Claire, showing methane emissions from a hydroelectric facility under construction in Africa. The company is making sample imagery and data for this facility available for evaluation by qualified parties.
Clean energy technology developer General Fusion has teamed up with Micorsoft Corp. to build a new big data platform that will help the Vancouver-based build a commercial fusion energy power plant.