Scuderi Group recently participated in Agrion Networks’ New York Energy Storage Initiative meeeting where key players in energy production and storage gathered to discuss how best New York City can utilize energy storage and in what frameworks.
Today’s announcement gives us a great opportunity to highlight a very valuable energy resource that – in most parts – is constantly flowing around us: Water.
Today we mark another milestone for Scuderi Group with this morning’s press release announcing our agreement with gaming developer AHIS of Mexico to build and install five Scuderi Engines with compressed air energy storage and combined cooling capabilities at five separate casinos around Mexico.
There is big news coming out today from Scuderi Group as we make our official announcement about an agreement with the Puerto Rico Police Association to build the first Scuderi Engine to be utilized as a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) generator with compressed air energy storage (CAES) capability.
A notable ruling recently by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is expected to open the door for new opportunities for furthering the development of energy storage projects.
An article in The Street today points to what we’ve been starting to see for a while now: Huge opportunities in energy storage.
We issued a press release today announcing a new milestone for Scuderi Group and a key moment for the Split-Cycle technology. It highlighted the memorandum of understanding that was signed with a worldwide engine manufacturer around their intended cooperation in a joint development project.
Even in this Green era and the movement to wean ourselves off fossil fuels, no one is stopping anytime soon at making improvements to the internal combustion engine (ICE). The biggest reason is that it’s actually good for the environment.
Interesting data out today from TrueCar regarding overal increases in car and truck miles per gallon. The automotive pricing information and analysis company out of Santa Monica announced that fuel economy numbers from April sales of light vehicles indicate MPG has steadied at 23.7 mpg (0.4% increase over last year).