Flow batteries are headed for private homes
Anders Bentien (photo) is part of the team of scientists that have developed a special battery which is able to store solar power both cheaply and safely. The battery will enter the market in less than a year and this is goods news for private consumers.
New video: how Aarhus University
helped VisBlue evolve
In a new video by Aarhus University, Anders Bentien from VisBlue explains how the assistance from the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) at Aarhus University helped VisBlue evolve and become the company that it is today. Watch the video below:
Meet VisBlue at the Building Green Fair in Aarhus on the 29th - 30th March 2017
VisBlue's professor Adelio Mendes wins University of Coimbra Prize 2016
Adelio Mendes, one of the founders of VisBlue, is the winner of the University of Coimbra Prize in 2016. Adelio Mendes is a researcher and professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto in the chemical area and a guest professor at the University of Aarhus (Denmark).
The Renewable Flow Storage project approved by EUDP
The Energy-technological Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP), The Danish Energy Agency approves the Renewable Flow Storage project.
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