Tag: future of energy
Energy revolution starts with Smart grids
Published at 23. 06. 2021 | Written by Eva Almasiova
Building safe, secure and efficient energy infrastructure is one of the EU's top goals which is going to be boosted by an investment of almost 1 billion euros. About 84% of this amount should be used to support projects related to electricity and Sma…
FUERGY Control Unit – gateway to smart energy
Published at 22. 04. 2021 | Written by Eva Almasiova
The FUERGY Control Unit is a special piece of hardware that turns battery storages, energy sources and appliances into smart devices capable of not only doing their “job” but also helping the power grid...
Published at 16. 12. 2020 | Written by Eva Almasiova
With the end of the year fast approaching, the time has come for a little recap. The year 2020 has been, well, difficult. However, in FUERGY we managed to make the most of it and had a few huge breakthroughs. We installed the biggest smart battery sy…
7 major challenges of a power grid and their solutions
Published at 13. 10. 2020 | Written by Radoslav Stompf
Electricity is a powerful thing. In order to use its benefits, it is necessary that the amount of electricity in the grid corresponds with actual consumption needs. Due to the ever-increasing demand and growth in popularity of such advances as electr…
FUERGY's year 2019 in review
Published at 28. 12. 2019 | Written by Eva Almasiova
Holidays are in full swing and the end of 2019 is just around the corner. The Christmas rush has slowly abated and we can finally slow down a little bit, take a deep breath a start to fully enjoy this time of peace and happiness. This also gives us a…
ECO ENERGY TOUR teaches children about energy awareness and conservation
Published at 26. 09. 2019 | Written by Eva Almasiova
Do you know how electrical energy is created? How can you save it and why it’s important to do so? Have you ever wondered which electrical appliance is the biggest energy consumer?
Futuristic Use Cases for Solar Energy
Published at 30. 05. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf
Solar is commonly regarded as the energy of the future. It is ubiquitous and evenly spread throughout most of our planet’s surface. Solar systems are uniquely scalable, ranging from tiny handheld solar chargers to vast 580 MW solar farms that provide…
Solar Technology Today
Published at 23. 05. 2019 | Written by Branislav Safarik
Solar technology and especially solar photovoltaic (PV) panels are both in a stage of rapid development. As the price of solar energy has fallen dramatically in the past decade, solar generators have seen utilization in countless countries around th…
Renewables in U.S. III - Green Energy Just Round the Corner
Published at 02. 05. 2019 | Written by Zuzana Puchy
In our previous article, we were talking about barriers on the path towards sustainable and green energy which are imposed by the country itself. But the U.S. truly has the potential to disrupt the energy industry. It has a number of advantages that …
Renewables in U.S. II - Obstacles on the Road Towards a Sustainable and Clean Energy Future
Published at 25. 04. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf
The United States (U.S.) have shown a consistent trend of increasing support for renewable energy, but there are some significant obstacles on the road.
Harnessing the Energy of Sea Waves
Published at 24. 01. 2019 | Written by Radoslav Stompf
Everybody is familiar with solar energy. Wind power is also very common throughout the world. These sources of green energy are widely known because the forces behind them — sunshine and wind — are found all across the world. Yet people rarely think …
Glass Battery - a Peculiar Development in our Understanding of Physics or the Key to the Next Energy Revolution?
Published at 08. 01. 2019 | Written by Tibor Tarabek
If you invented a revolutionary item such as the modern Li-ion battery, most people would probably be consent with their achievements in technology and science. Luckily for us, John B. Goodenough is not like most people. Back in 2016, a team of scien…
Who Is Behind the Future of Energy?
Published at 29. 11. 2018 | Written by FUERGY
How it looks when innovators with FUturistic visions and specialists with the decades of experience in fields such as enERGY optimization, HW/SW development, and blockchain put their heads together? They create FUERGY — a whole new ecosystem that asp…
Why Are Li-ion Batteries Such a Big Deal?
Published at 27. 11. 2018 | Written by Tibor Tarabek
At the literal core of every FUERGY Device is a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery. Although we are most proud of developing our own AI-powered software called brAIn, our vision could never materialize without the incredible technological progress that has…
Energy in India: The FUERGY Solution
Published at 15. 11. 2018 | Written by FUERGY
In a country with as much renewable energy potential as India, FUERGY will be capable of making an immediate impact for end-users and also assist in completing the government’s ambitious national energy goals.
Energy in India: Advantages and Opportunities
Published at 06. 11. 2018 | Written by FUERGY
Late mover advantage is something we usually hear when discussing late arrivals on newly created markets, for instance, how Apple dominated the personal computer industry despite launching the Apple II relatively late, or how Google overtook several …
Combining Batteries and Renewable Energy
Published at 16. 10. 2018 | Written by Tibor Tarabek
Global renewable capacity has consistently risen over the past several years. In a study published on the 2nd of October 2018, business consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan reported that by the end of this year, 154.6 gigawatts (GW) of new renewable pow…
A Totally Renewable Future is Within Reach
Published at 09. 10. 2018 | Written by Zuzana Puchy
Mandatory Green Energy? A report made by an Australian non-profit released in February of 2018 recommends solar panels or other renewables be compulsory for new homes built in Australia.
Trends in Climate Change III: The Wizards and Prophets of the Global Energy Debate
Published at 02. 10. 2018 | Written by FUERGY
With no end in sight to the growth of our energy demands, how will we be able to effectively power the world without exacerbating our impact on climate change?
The Duck Curve: Why Renewables Still Rely on Fossil Fuel Backups
Published at 13. 09. 2018 | Written by FUERGY
Non-renewable backups, such as this thermal power station in Bulgaria, must cover the decrease in production and the rise in demand that simultaneously occur each evening.
One of the biggest challenges solar energy faces comes in the shape of a duck.…