Maxwell Technologies Blog Archives for April, 2018

Monthly Archives: April, 2018

Customer Success Story: U.S. Wind Farm Cuts O&M Costs, Reduces Number of Turbine Climbs with Maxwell’s Ultracapacitor Energy Storage Solution

April 30, 2018 by Jessica Baris, Communications Specialist and Copywriter
Customer Success Story: U.S. Wind Farm Cuts O&M Costs, Reduces Number of Turbine Climbs with Maxwell’s Ultracapacitor Energy Storage Solution

An Iowa wind farm shares its success story with Maxwell’s ultracapacitor (supercapacitor) energy storage for emergency pitch control systems.
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News Roundup: NY’s Energy Vision, Energy Storage Adoption in U.S. by 2025, Reducing Emissions in Shipping Industry

April 23, 2018 by Maxwell Technologies
News Roundup: NY’s Energy Vision, Energy Storage Adoption in U.S. by 2025, Reducing Emissions in Shipping Industry

A summary of recent news items in the ever-growing energy industry.
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Three Ways Energy Storage Solves Modern Grid Power Challenges

April 16, 2018 by Jan-Hendrik Ernst, Key Account Manager, EMEA
Three Ways Energy Storage Solves Modern Grid Power Challenges

Energy storage is a robust strategy for keeping the grid network balanced and integrating renewables, and it can be used to address several grid applications, including ramping, frequency regulation and synthetic inertia.
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Energy Storage for the Rail Industry, Part II: Ultracapacitors for Bridging Power, Last Mile and Diesel Starting

April 09, 2018 by Alpbora Oruc, Sr. Sales Applications Engineer
Energy Storage for the Rail Industry, Part II: Ultracapacitors for Bridging Power, Last Mile and Diesel Starting

In part II of this rail energy storage systems series, we take a look at ultracapacitor (supercapacitor) energy storage and its ability to contribute to higher efficiency and emissions reductions for various rail applications.
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Energy Storage for the Rail Industry, Part I: Onboard or Wayside Systems?

April 02, 2018 by Alpbora Oruc, Sr. Sales Applications Engineer
Energy Storage for the Rail Industry, Part I: Onboard or Wayside Systems?

Energy storage systems for the rail industry have significant advantages for cost savings, operational efficiency and electrification. Learn the difference between onboard and wayside energy storage systems.
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