Only the other day we were wondering whether China would win the electric car race. But their vehicles were surely too old-fashioned to seize the world’s imagination. Or so we thought.
Will China win the electric car race. Money on CNN thinks so and we are inclined to agree. The Asian giant has an emerging generation z dead keen on exploring technology.
On 4 November 2017, the China government awarded a contract for a 12 MWh vanadium flow battery at Zaoyang, Hubei. This is the first phase of a 40 megawatt-hour project
Wole Soyinka is arguably Africa’s greatest poet, author and teacher. Yet he was a man of few words when he remarked, “A tiger does not shout its tigritude [tigerness], it acts”.
China is booming. Firstly it has the second largest economy in the world. Secondly, its population is more than four times that of the United States.
While watts measure the flow of electricity, volts are the potential in networks and batteries that supply it. Try thinking of voltage as pressure