A Flywheel Like No Other

Posted April 8, 2015 in Industry News, News

PV Buzz Media – Derick Ajumni – April 6, 2015 This flywheel technology aims to end renewable energy/utility gridlock.  The energy storage machine will make variable generation more predictable for smooth power grid integration, helping electric system operators efficiently balance energy to control frequency. The biggest hurdle for renewable energy today is storage. How to […]

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Eventual Trillion-Dollar Market (Not Al Gore) Spurring Energy Storage Growth

Posted December 15, 2014 in Industry News, Uncategorized

Utility-scale energy storage is often discussed like it’s the flying car of renewable energy, but unlike the flying car, there is an immediate need and an eventual trillion-dollar global market to go along with it. After speaking with EnerVault’s new CEO, Ron Mosso; Temporal Power’s President and CTO, Jeff Veltri; and Bic Stevens, who is […]

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Minister Fast Tours Ontario Energy Manufacturing Company

Posted November 28, 2014 in Industry News, Uncategorized

November 28, 2014 – Mississauga, Ontario – The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade, tours the facilities of Temporal Power, an Ontario-based company that designs, manufactures and deploys high-performance, innovative energy storage systems. Minister Fast is in Mississauga hosting a Go Global workshop, providing SMEs, including Temporal Power, with the tools and practical information they […]

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Temporal Power spinning renewable energy wheels

Posted November 11, 2014 in Industry News

For centuries, spinning wheels have been used to store energy. That’s how potter’s wheels work, with the energy in the disk helping maintain a consistent velocity. Flywheels are also key components of steam engines, where they convert energy from pistons into consistent rotational motion. Even toy cars with friction motors make use of flywheel technology. […]

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Ontario electricity gets taken for a spin

Posted November 10, 2014 in Industry News

Read full article here. HARRISTON, ONT.—The trouble with electricity is that no one’s figured out how to bottle it when there’s too much, and uncork it later when there’s too little. An unassuming industrial building 160 kilometres northwest of Toronto houses an operation that’s trying to store juice — not in bottles, but by using […]

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