Founder and CEO Michael Wrinch outlined his predictions for the incoming electrical engineering trends that are going to shape 2021 on Canadian Electrical Wholesaler. With a pandemic still on the forefront, engineering operations are changing to meet the evolving landscape. From modernizing the logistics sector with improved battery capacity to augmented reality making strides over virtual reality for remote engineering work.
“The renewable energy sector will see a significant increase in energy density, faster charging capacity, and further cost reductions per unit of energy storage. Renewable energy is limited by non-dispatchable output, but improved battery and other storage technology will allow more independence of standalone renewables such as solar energy during the nighttime” — Michael Wrinch
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