Researchers have developed a method to increase the ionic conductivity and lithium-ion transport of photo-cross-linked polymer with hexagonal arranged porous film hybrids.
Researchers have discovered that precisely determining the energy levels of different solar materials leads to high-performance devices.
The LiBinfinity project aims to establish a holistic concept for lithium-ion battery recycling, using an advanced mechanico-hydrometallurgical process.
A team of researchers from Lithuania have synthesised the materials that were used for constructing a solar cell module, with an efficiency of 21.4%.
A diamond quantum sensor-based detection technique has been developed to accurately estimate battery charge and extend driving range for electric vehicles.
Researchers have invented a self-powered, wireless wearable device that can monitor a user's pulse and wirelessly communicate with a nearby smartphone or tablet.
Researchers have discovered that reordering the layers in solar-cell modules can help improve efficiency.
Using sea salt as a sustainable moisture absorbent, researchers have developed a rechargeable fabric-like battery that provides higher electrical output than conventional AA batteries.
Scientists have developed black glasses grafted with silicon microparticles as negative electrode material to improve lithium-ion battery performance.
Researchers have developed a new technique to accelerate the charging of solid-state hydrogen fuel cells.
Researchers have engineered a bacterial biofilm that can produce continuous electricity from sweat; a discovery that could revolutionise wearable electronics.
Researchers have developed a process to improve organic solar cell electrical conductivity by 20 times and photoelectric conversion efficiency by 10% at room temperature.
Scientists turned old solar panels into a high-performance, energy-harvesting thermoelectric material that harvests heat and converts it into electricity.
TDK-Lambda has released the CCG series of industrial converters in a square case with a 1″ x 1″ footprint. The devices are designed for demanding applications such as industry, transportation and automation.
In a demonstration of its hydrogen technology, Toyota used a stationary fuel cell to power the iconic Marvel Stadium sign and coaches' box for the Round 19 AFL clash.