Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology have commissioned what is reportedly the biggest large-scale iron flow battery outside of the United States.
Researchers have developed an efficient and flexible solar energy harvesting design based on self-assembled nanoparticles.
Researchers have developed an acoustic waveguide based on topology that could lead to reduced energy consumption in electronic devices.
Researchers have found that highly efficient halide perovskite solar cells are far less stable than previously thought due to thermal instability in the cell's interface layers.
Scientists have discovered the optimal composition for a magnesium secondary battery cathode for better cyclability and high battery capacity.
Four Australian researchers have won the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering for developing highly efficient solar cells that are central to reducing emissions.
Researchers have created a Li-ion battery using bilayer electrodes that is expected to improve the performance and lifespan of electric vehicles and electronic devices.
Engineers from RMIT University are experimenting with an innovation that uses high-frequency soundwaves and the nanomaterial MXene to extend the lifespan of mobile phone batteries.
Ammonium-ion electrolytes could help create ecofriendly and sustainable alternatives to lithium-ion batteries, particularly for grid storage.
Branchlike metallic filaments can sap the power of solid-state lithium batteries. A new study explains how they form and how to divert them.
Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory have created a redox-active interlayer within lithium–sulfur batteries that enhances their energy storage capacity.
Scientists from City University of Hong Kong have discovered a novel photophysical mechanism that has enhanced the efficiency of organic photovoltaics.
Scientists from Exciton Science have created perovskite solar cells with 21% efficiency, reportedly the best results ever recorded for a device made from a non-halide lead source.