The perovskite-based films shield high-performance perovskite solar cells from extreme heat and moisture, while also boosting their long-term stability.
Researchers used nanotechnology to develop a thin protective coating for high-voltage Li-ion batteries, which under normal circumstances last only several hundred cycles.
Researchers have developed a wireless charging system that can charge devices placed anywhere within a ring around it.
Researchers have developed a novel silicon-oxide layer that simultaneously allows high passivation and improved conductivity in solar cells.
The test is meant to replicate multiple years of outdoor exposure and to evaluate factors such as corrosion and delamination.
The WAF150 series is a compact and ruggedised range of DC/DC converters that will deliver 150 W output power for harsh industrial environments.
Microchip Technology's SA50-28 family is an off-the-shelf, 28 V-input, radiation-tolerant power converter offering that is based on discrete components with surface-mount construction and non-hybrid assembly processes.
The lithium–sulfur battery interlayer promotes exceptionally fast lithium transfer, while also improving the performance and lifetime of the batteries.
The stick-like, water-based device can convert energy from movement into electricity, and could be used to power portable devices such as safety lights.
Researchers have created a suitable solid electrolyte for use with sodium batteries, a less dangerous and more durable alternative to lithium.
Australian researchers say the solar cells they have produced are cheap and easy to manufacture, in addition to achieving high efficiency.
The technology is designed to ensure that there is minimal drop-off in performance even as the battery ages beyond its useful EV life.
In order for electric vehicles to become mainstream, they need cost-effective, safe, long-lasting batteries that won't explode during use or harm the environment.