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Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 30, 2020
New Hybrid Material Improves Performance of Silicon Li-ion Batteries

New Hybrid Material Improves Performance of Silicon Li-ion Batteries

Researchers have developed a new hybrid material of mesoporous silicon microparticles and carbon nanotubes that can improve the performance of silicon in Li-ion batteries.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 28, 2020
Is Silicon the Key to Another Technological Revolution?

Is Silicon the Key to Another Technological Revolution?

Silicon is one of the most important materials of the past century. It enabled the digital revolution and the advent of PCs, laptops and smartphones. Its value has been obvious during the recent Covid-19 crisis, allowing many companies, businesses and individuals to remain productive.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 27, 2020
Where Is Li-ion Technology Heading?

Where Is Li-ion Technology Heading?

The Li-ion market is growing but which Li-ion chemistries and technologies are going to be used? The newly updated report "Li-ion batteries 2020-2030", from market intelligence company IDTechEx, provides detailed analysis of the various Li-ion chemistries and technologies being deployed and the applications they are best suited for.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 27, 2020
Gas Storage Method Could Help Next-Generation Clean Energy Vehicles

Gas Storage Method Could Help Next-Generation Clean Energy Vehicles

Tremendous amounts of hydrogen and methane can be stored in nanoscopic pores.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 24, 2020
Mobile EV Chargers on the Go: Niche or Disruptive?

Mobile EV Chargers on the Go: Niche or Disruptive?

With the growing population of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs), the charging infrastructure industry is also progressing quickly to meet the ever-increasing demand for recharging the EV batteries.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Graphene in supercapacitors: research review

Graphene in supercapacitors: research review

This premium article is a drill down from the recent premium article, "Outlook for Graphene's Role in Supercapacitors". That looked at the science and the players. Here we survey historical research achievements and in particularly present our new survey appraising recent research papers on the subject and particularly research progress and trends in 2019-20.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 23, 2020
The Vanadium Flow Batteries as Energy Storage Devices

The Vanadium Flow Batteries as Energy Storage Devices

While Li-ion batteries have totally conquered the electric-vehicle industry, and currently dominating the energy storage sector as well, the redox flow batteries are silently (but not too much) taking their share of the stationary energy storage market.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 22, 2020
Honda Hybrid and EV Batteries get Second Life

Honda Hybrid and EV Batteries get Second Life

The pan-European arrangement will see SNAM collect and recycle batteries from Honda's increasing number of hybrid and electric vehicles and either potentially prepare them for 'second-life' renewable energy storage uses or extract valuable materials for recycling if they are not suitable for that purpose.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Supercapacitor Materials: Large Opportunities Coming

Supercapacitor Materials: Large Opportunities Coming

From a commercial point of view, this article appraises the latest research in active materials for supercapacitors SC and their derivatives. Opportunities include; graphene, CNT, MOF, CNF, ionic electrolytes, structural, flexible, wearable.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 20, 2020
New Electrode Material to Increase Charge of Lithium Batteries

New Electrode Material to Increase Charge of Lithium Batteries

Lithium batteries hold a lot of promise for the future of many applications, including electric vehicles, but tend to be prohibitively expensive. A research team has developed a new electrode material to make lithium batteries not only cheaper, but longer lasting with higher energy density.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 17, 2020
IDTechEx Predicts $350 Billion in Off-Grid, Zero-Emission Microgrids

IDTechEx Predicts $350 Billion in Off-Grid, Zero-Emission Microgrids

IDTechEx forecasts exponential growth to a huge $350 billion in 2040 for clean microgrids. It will be driven by legislation, cost, increasing problems with national grids and many new applications. Electrifying mines to farms and transport helps too.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 17, 2020
20-year Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System

20-year Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System

The proprietary products can perform a wide variety of in front of the meter, behind the meter, and microgrid applications and are designed to be flexible so that as priorities shift, the battery applications can be adapted to meet the needs of future use cases.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Could there be a shortage of Li-ion batteries?

Could there be a shortage of Li-ion batteries?

Even before the Covid-19 crises, battery supply was apparently struggling to meet demand. How will the industry cope with the expected growth in demand over the next 10 years? This premium article outlines where suggestions of battery shortages come from, puts some numbers behind why this might be the case and outlines the impact growing raw material demand may have.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 16, 2020
Ceramic Based Flexible Electrolyte Sheets for Lithium Metal Batteries

Ceramic Based Flexible Electrolyte Sheets for Lithium Metal Batteries

Researchers have developed a new method to make ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 15, 2020
Development of Attachable Sticker Type Rechargeable Batteries

Development of Attachable Sticker Type Rechargeable Batteries

As demands for lighter and smaller wearable devices and high functional IoT gadgets rise, there is a growing need for new technologies for power collection, storage, management.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 14, 2020
Flexible Quick Charging Stations Launch in China

Flexible Quick Charging Stations Launch in China

With compact dimensions, the flexible quick charging station can be installed almost anywhere it's needed or where a charging infrastructure is not yet in place. When connected to the low voltage grid, the station becomes a permanent charging point without the additional cost and effort required for a comparable fixed quick charging station.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 14, 2020
A Better Redox Flow Battery

A Better Redox Flow Battery

Scientists have developed a new battery that could solve the electricity storage problem constraining widespread use of renewable energy.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 13, 2020
Novel Li-ion Superconductor for Safe Batteries

Novel Li-ion Superconductor for Safe Batteries

Currently, Li-ion batteries based on liquid electrolytes are mainly used for batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage devices. However, as battery safety issues have recently been raised several times, various concerns about the use of existing batteries using flammable liquid electrolytes have increased.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 10, 2020
Fuel Cell Technology a Step Closer to Powering Large Ships

Fuel Cell Technology a Step Closer to Powering Large Ships

The MOU between ABB and hydrogen technologies specialist Hydrogène de France envisages close collaboration on the assembly and production of the fuel cell power plant for marine applications.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 9, 2020
Electric Vehicle Charging Going Zero-Emission, Off-Grid Predicted

Electric Vehicle Charging Going Zero-Emission, Off-Grid Predicted

The new IDTechEx report, "Zero-Emission Electric Vehicle Charging: Off-Grid 2020-2040" examines how the electric vehicle business is finding it profitable to respond to criticism that clean vehicles should not be charged with fossil fuel electricity.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 30, 2020
New Hybrid Material Improves Performance of Silicon Li-ion Batteries

New Hybrid Material Improves Performance of Silicon Li-ion Batteries

Researchers have developed a new hybrid material of mesoporous silicon microparticles and carbon nanotubes that can improve the performance of silicon in Li-ion batteries.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 27, 2020
Where Is Li-ion Technology Heading?

Where Is Li-ion Technology Heading?

The Li-ion market is growing but which Li-ion chemistries and technologies are going to be used? The newly updated report "Li-ion batteries 2020-2030", from market intelligence company IDTechEx, provides detailed analysis of the various Li-ion chemistries and technologies being deployed and the applications they are best suited for.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 24, 2020
Mobile EV Chargers on the Go: Niche or Disruptive?

Mobile EV Chargers on the Go: Niche or Disruptive?

With the growing population of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs), the charging infrastructure industry is also progressing quickly to meet the ever-increasing demand for recharging the EV batteries.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 23, 2020
The Vanadium Flow Batteries as Energy Storage Devices

The Vanadium Flow Batteries as Energy Storage Devices

While Li-ion batteries have totally conquered the electric-vehicle industry, and currently dominating the energy storage sector as well, the redox flow batteries are silently (but not too much) taking their share of the stationary energy storage market.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Supercapacitor Materials: Large Opportunities Coming

Supercapacitor Materials: Large Opportunities Coming

From a commercial point of view, this article appraises the latest research in active materials for supercapacitors SC and their derivatives. Opportunities include; graphene, CNT, MOF, CNF, ionic electrolytes, structural, flexible, wearable.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 17, 2020
IDTechEx Predicts $350 Billion in Off-Grid, Zero-Emission Microgrids

IDTechEx Predicts $350 Billion in Off-Grid, Zero-Emission Microgrids

IDTechEx forecasts exponential growth to a huge $350 billion in 2040 for clean microgrids. It will be driven by legislation, cost, increasing problems with national grids and many new applications. Electrifying mines to farms and transport helps too.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Could there be a shortage of Li-ion batteries?

Could there be a shortage of Li-ion batteries?

Even before the Covid-19 crises, battery supply was apparently struggling to meet demand. How will the industry cope with the expected growth in demand over the next 10 years? This premium article outlines where suggestions of battery shortages come from, puts some numbers behind why this might be the case and outlines the impact growing raw material demand may have.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 15, 2020
Development of Attachable Sticker Type Rechargeable Batteries

Development of Attachable Sticker Type Rechargeable Batteries

As demands for lighter and smaller wearable devices and high functional IoT gadgets rise, there is a growing need for new technologies for power collection, storage, management.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 14, 2020
A Better Redox Flow Battery

A Better Redox Flow Battery

Scientists have developed a new battery that could solve the electricity storage problem constraining widespread use of renewable energy.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 10, 2020
Fuel Cell Technology a Step Closer to Powering Large Ships

Fuel Cell Technology a Step Closer to Powering Large Ships

The MOU between ABB and hydrogen technologies specialist Hydrogène de France envisages close collaboration on the assembly and production of the fuel cell power plant for marine applications.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 28, 2020
Is Silicon the Key to Another Technological Revolution?

Is Silicon the Key to Another Technological Revolution?

Silicon is one of the most important materials of the past century. It enabled the digital revolution and the advent of PCs, laptops and smartphones. Its value has been obvious during the recent Covid-19 crisis, allowing many companies, businesses and individuals to remain productive.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 27, 2020
Gas Storage Method Could Help Next-Generation Clean Energy Vehicles

Gas Storage Method Could Help Next-Generation Clean Energy Vehicles

Tremendous amounts of hydrogen and methane can be stored in nanoscopic pores.
IDTechEx Research Subscribers
Graphene in supercapacitors: research review

Graphene in supercapacitors: research review

This premium article is a drill down from the recent premium article, "Outlook for Graphene's Role in Supercapacitors". That looked at the science and the players. Here we survey historical research achievements and in particularly present our new survey appraising recent research papers on the subject and particularly research progress and trends in 2019-20.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 22, 2020
Honda Hybrid and EV Batteries get Second Life

Honda Hybrid and EV Batteries get Second Life

The pan-European arrangement will see SNAM collect and recycle batteries from Honda's increasing number of hybrid and electric vehicles and either potentially prepare them for 'second-life' renewable energy storage uses or extract valuable materials for recycling if they are not suitable for that purpose.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 20, 2020
New Electrode Material to Increase Charge of Lithium Batteries

New Electrode Material to Increase Charge of Lithium Batteries

Lithium batteries hold a lot of promise for the future of many applications, including electric vehicles, but tend to be prohibitively expensive. A research team has developed a new electrode material to make lithium batteries not only cheaper, but longer lasting with higher energy density.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 17, 2020
20-year Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System

20-year Lithium-Ion Energy Storage System

The proprietary products can perform a wide variety of in front of the meter, behind the meter, and microgrid applications and are designed to be flexible so that as priorities shift, the battery applications can be adapted to meet the needs of future use cases.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 16, 2020
Ceramic Based Flexible Electrolyte Sheets for Lithium Metal Batteries

Ceramic Based Flexible Electrolyte Sheets for Lithium Metal Batteries

Researchers have developed a new method to make ceramic-based flexible electrolyte sheets for lithium metal batteries.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 14, 2020
Flexible Quick Charging Stations Launch in China

Flexible Quick Charging Stations Launch in China

With compact dimensions, the flexible quick charging station can be installed almost anywhere it's needed or where a charging infrastructure is not yet in place. When connected to the low voltage grid, the station becomes a permanent charging point without the additional cost and effort required for a comparable fixed quick charging station.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 13, 2020
Novel Li-ion Superconductor for Safe Batteries

Novel Li-ion Superconductor for Safe Batteries

Currently, Li-ion batteries based on liquid electrolytes are mainly used for batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage devices. However, as battery safety issues have recently been raised several times, various concerns about the use of existing batteries using flammable liquid electrolytes have increased.
Advanced Batteries & Energy Storage Research
Apr 9, 2020
Electric Vehicle Charging Going Zero-Emission, Off-Grid Predicted

Electric Vehicle Charging Going Zero-Emission, Off-Grid Predicted

The new IDTechEx report, "Zero-Emission Electric Vehicle Charging: Off-Grid 2020-2040" examines how the electric vehicle business is finding it profitable to respond to criticism that clean vehicles should not be charged with fossil fuel electricity.
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