Australian researchers have resolved a fundamental challenge preventing the wide uptake of next-generation perovskite solar cells.
Researchers have identified a key point where the performance of thin-film solar cells can be improved for the cell to convert more sunlight into electricity.
ARENA has announced $3m in funding for start-up SunDrive to advance commercial development of its low-cost, high-efficiency solar manufacturing process in Australia.
Researchers have developed a highly flexible yet sturdy wearable piezoelectric harvester using the simple fabrication process of hot pressing and tape casting.
Fruit peel waste can be used to extract and re-use precious metals from spent lithium-ion batteries in order to create new batteries.
The EPIC project aims to accelerate the drying of high-quality electrodes for lithium-ion batteries, increasing the energy efficiency of this process.
A newly developed electrocatalyst for hydrogen fuel cells does not require a carbon carrier and is therefore much more stable than the catalysts commonly used today.
Researchers have utilised inkjet printing to develop solar cells so thin, light and flexible that they can rest on a soap bubble.
Similar to how biological fat reserves store energy in animals, a new rechargeable zinc battery integrates into the structure of a robot to provide much more energy.
What if the power source of wearable devices wasn't a battery, but a stretchable material that follows the body's motion and is small and lightweight for user comfort?
US researchers have found a way to double the toughness of a ceramic material used to make solid-state lithium-ion batteries.
Japanese researchers have found a way to convert heat energy into electricity with a nontoxic material, made from mostly iron.
Neousys Technology's PB-9250J-SA is a standalone power backup module that utilises supercapacitor technology and incorporates a microprocessor for intelligent operation.
The material can improve the energy density, power density, charging rate, safety and cycle life of batteries without requiring a decrease of the particle size.