Researchers have achieved 18.1% efficiency with a quantum dot solar cell, paving the way for the commercialisation of next-generation solar cells.
Researchers have discovered a solid material that has enough Li-ion conductivity to replace the liquid electrolytes in current Li-ion battery technology, thereby improving energy capacity.
Researchers at Cornell University have developed a lithium battery with fast charging capabilities, completing a full charge in five minutes.
Researchers have developed a solvent sieve method that enhances the performance and stability of perovskite light-emitting diodes (PeLEDs).
Researchers in China have developed a 70 kW-level vanadium flow battery stack, which could revolutionise the field of large-scale energy storage.
Researchers have developed a chemically protective cathode interlayer that has showcased the potential to stabilise photovoltaic devices.
Researchers from Northwestern University have developed a fuel cell that can harvest energy from microbes living in dirt.
Vibrational spectroscopy has become a mainstay of development and production lines, offering unparalleled insights into the characteristics of novel materials.
A researcher from Flinders University has found that chicken eggshells can be used as electrodes to power batteries.
A new nickel-rich, single-crystal battery technology is on track for rapid deployment.
Researchers have developed a device that is capable of rejuvenating ageing solar panels and increasing their operational lifespan.
A new study has found that e-cigarette batteries that are being thrown away after a single use can be recharged hundreds of times.
Researchers have revealed the unique ion-transport mechanisms of a hexagonal perovskite-related oxide, which could pave the way for better dual-ion conductors.
Researchers have developed a process that dissolves lithium-ion batteries to reduce the amount of hazardous chemicals used in the recycling process.