Scientists have produced a more efficient type of solar cell that generates power on both the front and the back sides, setting a new world record in the process.
Inspired by a membrane inside bamboo, researchers are developing more efficient electrodes for batteries that could allow them to be recharged at a much faster rate.
Fresh insights about the release of oxygen in lithium-ion batteries should pave the way for more robust and safer high-energy-density batteries.
Researchers have discovered that a key component of next-generation solar panels can be created without expensive, high-temperature fabrication methods.
Adel System has released its CBI series of DIN rail-mounted uninterruptable DC power supplies, available in 12, 24 and 48 V versions.
Chemists have developed a material that functions as a hole-transporting layer in a solar element, proving versatile and applicable to different solar technologies.
Polysulfide shuttling involves the movement of sulfur-containing intermediates between the cathode and anode during the battery's chemical processes.
A popular perovskite light absorber has been found to have defects that impede solar cell performance, according to new research.
Powerhouse Batteries' lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) range is designed to provide significant benefits over the traditional lead acid battery commonly used in many products utilising portable power or power backup requirements.
The novel material can store 1.5 times more electricity than the graphite anode used in commercial lithium-ion batteries, and its performance does not degrade even after 200 cycles.
The Powerhouse range of deep cycle lead acid AGM batteries is designed for use in buggies, wheelchairs, forklifts and remote power applications.
Researchers have successfully demonstrated the use of the human body as a medium for transmitting and harvesting energy to power wearable technology.
An electrode coating just one molecule thick can significantly enhance the performance of an organic photovoltaic cell.
Researchers have developed an economically viable system that can extract high-purity lithium from sea water, which could be used to power electric vehicles.
The USB Power Delivery (USB PD) Revision 3.1 specification enables the delivery of up to 240 W of power over the USB Type-C cable and connector.