WattsUp Power believes that education is the key to change! We are happy to announce that the CEO of WattsUp Power is now a member of the board of directors at KlimaZirkus. We are actively supporting UN’s sustainable development goals by educating children and youth.
WattsUp Power partners with ANSYS, a world leading software company, and joins the ANSYS Start-Up Program. ANSYS is specialized in engineering software and provides simulation solutions. Now with the support of ANSYS software solutions, WattsUp Power will be capable of increasing the level of advanced calculations to study the vibrations and stability and to make the flywheel design even better. Continue reading
WattsUp Power took part in welcoming HE Emmanuel Macron today and participated at the French-Danish business forum. For the first time in 36 years a French President has visited Denmark on official business with the main goal to improve and strengthen the cooperation between the two countries. Continue reading
WattsUp Power is getting ready to deliver the first commercial flywheel. Here is the control system and 2 MW flywheels.
Technology Update – WUP and a team of strong Danish Partners receives 3 M EUR from the Innovation Fund Denmark to begin production of new magnetic materials. WUP will get even better power efficiencies as a result of this grant.
Technology Update – WUP and a team of strong cross European Partners receives 5 M EUR from the European Union to develop new magnetic materials. WUP will get even better power efficiencies as a result of this grant.
We look forward to a great new year.
WattsUp Power – Participates in discussion about energy storage of the future.
The need for a plan B in case of a power outage on a drilling rig or vessel can be met with a cheaper, more durable and environmentally friendly alternative to batteries. Innovation Fund Denmark is investing DKK eight million in a project that will test a promising flywheel system for energy storage.
Read more here – http://www.et.aau.dk/news/show/flywheel-can-provide-cheaper-and-cleaner-power-at-sea.cid156405