New research has shown how interfaces between perovskite layers and silicon cells in tandem solar cells can be modified to improve performance and efficiency.
Batteries that can capture harmful emissions could be right around the corner, thanks to a system that advances the development of catalysts for lithium-CO2 (Li-CO2) batteries.
A study has explored the viability of using seawater green batteries to store renewable energy, with the development of a new chloride-ion based redox chemistry.
Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology have used aluminium foil to create batteries with higher energy density and greater stability.
To ensure that two-way charging can be used on a broad scale, a team of researchers have launched a project that aims to develop semiconductor, device and system technologies for 800 V batteries.
Researchers have explored the design characteristics of a solar battery made from a material based on 2D carbon nitride, as it is non-toxic and easily synthesised.
A team of researchers has engineered a new material that could be used to create lithium batteries that work with zero external pressure.
Researchers from Rice University in the US have designed a device that can use sunlight to generate hydrogen, with an efficiency of 20.8%.
A team of researchers has found a new single-crystalline oxide thin film with fast changes in electrical properties via Li-ion intercalation through engineered ionic transport channels.
Researchers have developed a robot that can conduct experiments more efficiently and sustainably to develop a range of semiconductor materials.
Researchers have found a way to improve the operational stability of perovskite solar cells at high temperatures.
Researchers have reportedly made a "significant breakthrough" in understanding the challenges associated with nickel-rich cathode materials in Li-ion batteries.
A team of researchers have developed a dry processing method that could extend the lifespan of EV batteries and enhance their performance.
Researchers have demonstrated the potential of bifacial perovskite solar cells, showcasing their ability to achieve higher power conversion efficiencies compared to traditional solar cells.
Scientists in Australia and China have taken steps to develop a safe and efficient non-toxic aqueous aluminium radical battery.