PowerUP Energy Technologies will develop a 1kW liquid-cooled closed cathode hydrogen fuel cell stack for the Lunar cargo ships – and it has inked a new contract with the European Space Agency for the effort.
PowerUP Energy Technologies has announced a partnership with Russian sailor Irina Gravecha where Irina is using the UP400 hydrogen fuel cell generator along with solar panels to meet her boat's power needs during her races.
Energy for navigation, refrigeration, lights or other electrical items requires a reliable power source on any sailing boat or yacht. Depending on the desired luxury and convenience on the boat, energy consumption may vary greatly.
Are you planning your next road trip but are unsure of which power source to use on your campervan? Fret not! This blog will provide you with plenty of options that you can use as an energy source for your next road trip.
A reliable source of energy is extremely important for any yacht and especially for ocean solo sailor. Energy must be constantly accumulated and stored.
Average consumption on the Mini is 3.5 - 5 A, depending on installed equipment and weather conditions
To cross the ocean alone, each of us needs to have a reliable set of electronics, which will allow us to always have information about the location and course of the yacht, vessels around, and ensure the accurate operation of the autopilot.
Classe MINI is a democratic class and tries to remain so. But at the same time it is a bold and innovative class. All Mini 6.50 yachts are conditionally divided into two divisions - serial and prototypes.
In this blog we will be discussing the world’s largest power station which will be located in Pilbara, Western Australia. Yes, we are talking about the Asian renewable Energy Hub, a mega project planned in a vast piece of desert in western Australia.
Hydrogen is the lightest element in the periodic table and the most abundant substance in the universe, accounting for more than 90% of the observable universe. It’s also the simplest element – composed of only one proton and one electron.
Ivar Kruusenberg gave an interview to sTARTUp Day. They talked in more detail about his journey from scientist to entrepreneur, the magic and pains of starting a research company, and clean technology and its applications ...