This article from Ingeniøren, deals with a brief introduction of how a flow battery works and the technology behind it, based on an interview with co-founder of VisBlue Anders Bentien (NB Danish only).
This article from Ingeniøren, deals with an introduction of how flow batteries can make investments in solar panels more profitable, together with an interview with co-founder of VisBlue Anders Bentien. Moreover, the article touches upon the VisBlue Battery Solution in Søborg (HOUSING+) and the battery’s road to becoming commercialised (NB Danish only).
This article from Aarhus Stiftstidene, presents the idea that the VisBlue Battery Solution can enable twice as much of the energy produced from solar panels in private homes to be utilised. Furthermore, the article discusses the funding that the EU has granted VisBlue, and a brief description of the VisBlue Battery Solution installed at HOUSING+ (BOLIG+ in Danish), in Søborg, Denmark (NB Danish only).
This article from Energiforum Danmark, describes the VisBlue Battery Solution installed at HOUSING+ (BOLIG+ in Danish), in Søborg, Denmark, and it introduces the concept of the project in general. Furthermore, the idea and inspiration behind HOUSING+ is elaborated upon (NB Danish only).
This article deals with CEO of VisBlue Søren Bødker’s decision to create and launch VisBlue, after completing the MBA “Master in Management of Technology (MMT)”, at the University of Aalborg. Moreover, the article presents the idea behind VisBlue, from the first thought until now (NB Danish only).
This article from Ingeniøren, deals with different the benefits and qualities of flow batteries, and an interview with co-founder of VisBlue Anders Bentien. Furthermore, the article addresses the new battery installations in China, alongside Bentien’s opinion of the Chinese investments and a comparison of different battery types (NB Danish only).
This article from Jyllands-Posten, presents the idea that renewable energy is now more affordable than that of energy from fossil fuels, and that this leads to a change in how we view energy. On that note, the article elaborates that Denmark, for the second year in a row, has the best energy system in the world. Furthermore, the article brings forth the question of what technology, regarding energy and electricity, we should utilise in the future (NB Danish only).
This article by Per Stabell Monby, suggests that investing in sustainable, new buildings seems to be profitable, and that investments in sustainability in general are a good idea. Moreover, the article presents data that points in favour of building in a sustainable matter, and that by this tenants can boost their bottom line significantly.
This article from Aarhus Stiftstidene, presents VisBlue as a new sponsor for the Danish sailors Ida and Marie. Furthermore, the article regards the girls’ journey towards the Olympics in Tokyo, in 2020, as well as the girls’ reactions towards the VisBlue sponsorship (NB Danish only).
This article from Aarhus Stiftstidene, explains the technology behind the VisBlue Battery Solution in an easily understandable manner. Moreover, the sustainable aspect of the battery solution is presented, along with the safety of the solution, as the battery cannot explode or catch on fire (NB Danish only).
This article from DBI (Dansk Brand- og sikringsteknisk Institut) regards Energy Storage Systems (ESS) and the fact that they are becoming more essential to our daily life. Furthermore, the development of such systems is thriving in the US. However, this brings forth issues of fire safety, where battery types such as lithium-ion can catch on fire or explode. This is good news for VisBlue and our non-explosive and non-flammable battery solutions (NB Danish only).