Nuvation Energy CEO Michael Worry delivered presentations at two energy storage events in July. Michael Worry discussed intelligent battery management, as well as technical challenges and solutions involved in repurposing second life EV packs.
The nStore is an online shop from which battery energy storage system developers can purchase Nuvation Energy's low-voltage battery management system and access user manuals and downloadable files to aid with battery pack integration.
Developing countries are becoming the leaders in renewable energy adoption, leaving their developed nation counterparts so far behind it could be decades before they catch up. Some interesting things are going on in Africa with off-grid solar.
Alevo has announced that its 2MW GridBank™ energy storage installation in Hagerstown, Maryland, has received a 98.5% score from PJM’s Performance Compliance department in relation to its ability to provide frequency regulation services.
Nuvation Energy is working with the University of Waterloo's Green and Intelligent Automotive Research Facility to develop greener vehicles. The $10-million research facility houses the latest high-tech automotive equipment.
Critical Power Expo interviewed Nuvation Energy CEO Michael Worry, to learn what inspired him to start an energy storage solutions engineering firm, after 20 years of providing complex electronic design services to a broad range markets.
At Nuvation Energy, we love electric vehicles. We also like saving money. That’s why we built BESSIE. BESSIE is a grid-connected energy storage system that we made using second-life Nissan Leaf batteries and Nuvation battery management system.
If you have worked with or looked at battery systems, you have most likely heard of a battery management system or BMS. The term BMS refers to a wide variety of electronic devices that monitor and protect the battery in some way.
Many systems use batteries for power backup, spanning from several hundred watts for short-term desktop-PC backup, to thousands of watts for specialty vehicles, up to hundreds of kilowatts for grid-scale telecom and data-center backup.