Novel Two-polymer Membrane Boosts Hydrogen Fuel Cell Performance

Scientists have designed a highly conductive hydrogen fuel cell ion-exchange membrane using two readily available polymer materials Fuel cells are an attractive sustainable energy source due to their eco-friendly by-product, water. However, existing fuel cells are either expensive or low performance. Now, scientists from Korea have designed a robust and highly conductive fuel cell ion-exchange […]

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New Technology from PNU Makes Foldable Solar Cells a Practical Reality

With the recent development of foldable mobile phone screens, research on foldable electronics has never been so intensive. One particularly useful application of foldable technology is in solar panels. Current solar cells are restricted to rigid, flat panels, which are difficult to store in large numbers and integrate into everyday appliances, including phones, windows, vehicles, […]

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StoreDot Launches its 1st Gen ‘5-Minute Charge’ Li-ion EV Battery Samples

StoreDot, a leading innovator and developer of extreme fast charging (XFC) battery technology, has announced the availability of its first-generation ‘5-minute charge’ battery engineering samples. Representing a significant milestone for the company in its mission to eliminate the range and charging anxiety of electric vehicles (EVs), demonstrating the commercial viability of XFC batteries for the […]

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A Pathway Towards Hydrogen Fuel Cells In Hot, Dry Conditions

A research team formed in collaboration with Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA; University of Stuttgart, Germany; University of New Mexico, USA; and Sandia National Laboratories, USA have developed a proton conductor for fuel cells based on polystyrene phosphonic acids that maintain high protonic conductivity up to 200o C without water. As we already know that […]

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Solis Recognized for R&D and Innovation by the National Development and Reform Committee

Solis has been nationally recognized for its R&D and innovation by the National Development and Reform Committee. Ginlong Technologies, a global leader in photovoltaic string inverter manufacturing, has been selected as a winner in the National Enterprise Technology Center by Division for Innovation and High-tech Development by the National Development and Reform Commission. It marks […]

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Researchers from IIT Mandi Introduce Technique for Generating Electricity by Walking On Roads

IIT Mandi has announced that a team of its researchers has come up with a technique of building roads with Piezoelectric Materials, which will generate electricity on simple human walking. The researchers have been studying and finding piezoelectric materials that can convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. After the research, they have proposed the idea […]

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‘Suns-Voc’ Testing System That Could Become the IoT of Photovoltaics

A new system ‘Suns-Voc’ developed by a team of researchers from Arizona State University which can measure solar performance over the long term in scalable photovoltaic systems, is being considered as a breakthrough in the cost and longevity of interconnected power delivery. Solar cells are only “current-voltage” tested in the lab before they are deployed […]

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How a Butterfly has Helped in Making an Upgraded Hydrogen Sensor?

Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, a new light-activated hydrogen sensor produces ultra-precise results at room temperature. Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultra-precise results at room temperature. This technology can detect hydrogen leaks well before the safety […]

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Scientists in Korea Develop Novel Eco-friendly Buffer for Solar Panels

A team of scientists has developed a new eco-friendly alternative, the ZTO buffer, which can overcome the use of toxic materials as buffers in solar panels Solar power is an eco-friendly alternative to conventional, non-renewable sources of energy. However, current solar panels require the use of toxic materials as buffers, which is not sustainable. To […]

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