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Battery-Powered Case Study: Interstate Sawing Company, Inc.

April 2nd, 2018 by | No comments

A worker with Interstate Sawing, Inc. cleans up demolition debris with a Sherpa mini skid steer featuring the regular bucket attachment. Electric equipment gives this demolitions company a competitive edge For the past two decades, Interstate Sawing has been one of the premier concrete cutting and robotic demolition companies in the Midwest. Interstate has been Read more…


The Quest for the Perfect Battery – How American Research May Empower the Sector on eeeequipment.com

The Quest for the Perfect Battery – How American Research May Empower the Sector

March 21st, 2018 by | No comments

A solid-state replacement for the liquid electrolyte found in lithium-ion batteries would make the battery closer to perfect Want to supercharge the speed and performance of your laptop? Switch to a solid state hard drive. No moving parts make a massive difference. Take this same general thought process and apply it to batteries. You get Read more…


News Round-Up – The Latest from the World of Batteries and Construction on eeeequipment.com

News Round-Up – The Latest from the World of Batteries and Construction

March 14th, 2018 by | No comments

Six innovations you should know about With technological advancements happening so quickly, it can be tough to keep up. Fortunately, we always have our ears to the ground so we can find out what’s going on now and what will take place in the future. Here are some notable recent stories concerning batteries and the Read more…


The Projected Affordability of Batteries on eeeequipment.com

The Projected Affordability of Batteries

March 7th, 2018 by | No comments

The future is close, but is it within reach? If you were to take a quick poll of your friends and family, most of them would probably say that they would happily trade in their gas guzzling vehicle for one that runs on electricity. While there is no denying how awesome gas stations are – Read more…


The History of Batteries on eeeequipment.com

The History of Batteries

February 14th, 2018 by | No comments

A trip through 200+ years of power There’s always been something futuristic about the battery. A mobile power source that can provide a charge anywhere from outer space to the ocean floor. They fit in your pocket for personal use or, these days, take the form of giant structures which can provide energy back-up in Read more…


A Comparison of International Battery Exports – How America Ranks Globally in Being Green on eeeequipment.com

A Comparison of International Battery Exports – How America Ranks Globally in Being Green

February 7th, 2018 by | No comments

If you guessed America as the winner based on all the Tesla headlines from 2017, you’d be incorrect. Blame it all on batteries—a good kind of blame. In 2017, battery power and technology were the good guys in countless stories, ranging from preventing blackouts for 1.7 million Australians to increasing the sales of electric vehicles Read more…


Tesla and the World's Largest Battery – What Musk's Mega Battery is, and What It Could Mean on eeeequipment.com

Tesla and the World’s Largest Battery – What Musk’s Mega Battery is, and What It Could Mean

January 31st, 2018 by | No comments

The Hornsdale battery is more of an additional layer of resiliency and reliability for South Australia than it is a solution to their power problem. 1.7 million people weren’t just mildly curious about Elon Musk’s claims that he could quickly end blackouts plaguing South Australia. They were getting desperate. Previously, a storm had left much Read more…


When Hurricanes Hit: Construction can be Rocked When the Worst Weather Rolls In on eeeequipment.com

When Hurricanes Hit: Construction can be Rocked When the Worst Weather Rolls In

January 31st, 2018 by | No comments

Hurricanes and other natural disasters aren’t the only reason why there’s a shortage of construction workers—but the recent number of them has worsened the problem We see the equipment on construction sites and equate it to the work being done. Without workers, though, the construction equipment sits idle. There’s already a national shortage of construction Read more…


World of Concrete 2018

January 29th, 2018 by | No comments

Take a look a some of the photos we captured from World of Concrete 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.