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Batteries alone can’t power our future. However, finding a viable battery replacement can prove to be a difficult task. Perhaps the answer is an addition to batteries instead of trying to replace them.

Cables that Enable Better Batteries

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Advancements in power storage devices, Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Gallium Nitride (GaN) semiconductors, etc. are key to achieving carbon neutrality in various industries.

Technological Innovations Accelerating Us Towards a Decarbonized Society

If Denmark is to reach the goal of one million electric vehicles on the roads in 2030, the number of charging stations will have to keep up. DTU has created a calculation tool that enables cities and municipalities to analyze how many charge points they will need in the future.

The need for charge points for electric vehicles will rise dramatically in the future

Researchers from ITMO University have come up with a new kind of wireless chargers – boxes with a uniformly distributed magnetic field inside them. Placing a device anywhere in the box will charge it, which makes the new technology stand out from its competitors, which can only ensure power transfer across short distances.

Next-Gen Wireless Chargers Developed at ITMO

Energy harvesting will reduce the constant battery replacements in IoT sensors, benefitting maintenance engineers and future generations alike.

Towards a battery-free world for cellular IoT and other wireless technologies

Battery power from electric vehicles to the grid could open a fast lane to a net-zero future.

Reversing the charge

How can you spot emerging technology innovation at public companies? And how could you scale this up, so that you could track not just a handful but hundreds or even thousands of companies? For this article, I analyzed more than 650,000 financial news to find out.

How to spot emerging technology innovation at public companies

Branchlike metallic filaments can sap the power of solid-state lithium batteries. A new study explains how they form and how to divert them.

Engineers solve a mystery on the path to smaller, lighter batteries

It turns out cerium flow batteries lose voltage when electrolyte molecules siphon off energy to form different complexes around the metal.

Understanding a cerium quirk could help advance grid-scale energy storage

To design better rechargeable ion batteries, engineers and chemists from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign collaborated to combine a powerful new electron microscopy technique and data mining to visually pinpoint areas of chemical and physical alteration within ion batteries.

Previously unseen processes reveal path to better rechargeable battery performance

Pacemakers and other medical devices, as well as long-distance drones and remote sensors, could require fewer battery replacements with new approach.

New materials could enable longer-lasting implantable batteries

Solar power at night? Wind energy without wind? The German Aerospace Center (DLR) as a scientific project participant together with industry and research groups, has built and successfully tested a storage system for renewable energies.

Bridging periods of reduced sunlight and peak loads in a climate-neutral way using salt

A technique for synthesizing many “white graphene” nanotubes at a time paves the way for stronger, heat-resistant composites, and membranes for renewable energy.

In nanotube science, is boron nitride the new carbon?

A KIT Team Has Analyzed the Extraction of Lithium from Thermal Water Resources in Germany – Feasible Extraction Volumes and Time Horizon Limit the Potential

Limits of Lithium Extraction from Thermal Water

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