Regenesys

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Regenesys was founded by the energy group Innogy. The Regenesys project aimed to develop energy storage technology based on a regenerative fuel cell at a facility in Little Barford, England. In December 2003 RWE, the parent company of Innogy, decided against further investment in the project and development ceased.[1] In late 2004 the Canadian company VRB Power Systems bought the Regenesys electricity storage technology.[2]

Affiliations

Regenesys was a donor to the Science Media Centre in 2002 and 2003 according to the SMC.[3]

References

  1. 'Innogy pulls plug on Regenesys', The Guardian, 16 December 2003.
  2. 'Regenesys will go on, but in Canada', Modern Power Systems, 29 October 2004.
  3. Data from Internet Archive holdings of the Science Media Centre website, 2002-2013.