South Korean scientists have found a way to prevent undesired reactions in methanol fuel cells, which should help in the journey to phase out fossil fuels.
Researchers have developed a process for calculating the perfect size and density of quantum dots needed to achieve record efficiency in solar panels.
The NFA (nickel, iron and aluminium) cathode is a derivative of lithium nickelate and can be used to make the positive electrode of a lithium-ion battery.
A known herbicide can be used to improve solar energy conversion in organic devices, which should help the development of higher efficiency solar cells.
Researchers have blended together various polymer and molecular semiconductors as photo-absorbers to create a solar cell with increased power efficiencies.
Researchers investigated the impacts on battery cell ageing from high current operation using commercial cells, in an effort to find the most suitable batteries for use in electric vehicles.
Researchers have overcome a major challenge of thermoelectric materials, improving the materials' conversion efficiency by more than 60%.
Analog Devices ADP1032 Micropower Management Units (PMUs) are high-performance, isolated devices that combine an isolated flyback and a DC-to-DC regulator providing two isolated power rails.
The MAX17320 fuel-gauge and protection circuit, from Maxim Integrated Products, is designed to extend run time on multi-cell battery-powered products while also monitoring against self-discharge hazards.
South Korean scientists have put forth an innovative design for high-power transparent solar cells, bringing us closer to a sustainable future with off-grid living.
The battery cells can create electricity from humidity in the air or skin surface to self-charge themselves within minutes; no manual charging or wired power is required.
Researchers have developed an embedded energy harvester that is able to sustainably power smart watches and wristbands, solving the problem of limited battery life.