Posts Tagged ‘Beijing’

Electric vehicles to clean up Beijing? Depends on how they’re charged

Although an electric bus smells a heck of a lot better than a diesel bus, it's obviously important to remember that electric doesn't really mean zero emissions unless your electric grid is fossil-fuel-free. You may have seen calculations showing that the equivalent miles per gallon of an electric vehicle varies in different parts of the […]

Goldwind Installs Primus Power Energy Storage System at Beijing Campus

Primus Power , the leading long duration stationary energy storage company, announced today that Etechwin is operating an EnergyPod 2 at their Beijing campus. Etechwin is the microgrid subsidiary of Goldwind, a world-leading wind turbine manufacturer. View full post on Wind Power News