Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have once again made an appearance at a major car show as two new models made their European debuts in Geneva – highlighting the increasing need to develop a hydrogen infrastructure to support the roll out of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).
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1,000 consumers weighed in on battery power limitations in their consumer devices. Read the full press release.
1,002 consumers weighed in on battery power limitations in their consumer devices
If you had to guess, what would you say are the leading causes of death each year? It may come as no surprise that high blood pressure, dietary risks and smoking are at the top of the list. But it might surprise you that air pollution is the fourth greatest risk of death, killing 5.5 million people around the world
We spoke to one of our current graduates Antigoni Chrysina about her background, why she chose to work in the clean energy industry and her time at Intelligent Energy so far.
The drone industry saw dramatic growth in the past year and is showing no signs of slowing. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that over 300,000 people have registered as drone owners in the US alone, as of January 2016, after estimating that 1 million drones were sold during the 2015 Christmas period. Outside consumer markets, drones also continue to find numerous, new commercial applications. In the UK, the police force will start using drones in high-risk situations.
Las Vegas is often hailed as the “adult Disneyland.” But when you add a week-long show dedicated to new and emerging technology, this small desert city becomes a playground for adults and their tech toys of the future. That’s why it’s no surprise that when people show up they want to fly higher, stay unplugged longer and see the bigger picture. As such, this year’s biggest CES highlights involved drones, self-driving cars, virtual reality and connected everything!
We are in the midst of a digital dilemma. Our devices, from smartphones to tablets, have become central to our lives. They enable us to do our jobs, manage our schedules, and get us from point A to B with a single tap of the screen. But there is one major problem – limited battery life.
The Journey to Embedded Fuel Technology. A fundamentally different approach to power is needed - To gain significant advances in power, we'll need to stop relying on batteries alone.
Today, we are excited to announce that Intelligent Energy has developed a prototype of a hydrogen fuel cell powered range extender for drones, which will be unveiled at CES 2016. The range extender offers longer flight time and fast re-fuelling capabilities, addressing two of the biggest challenges for manufacturers of battery-powered drones.