Along with improving energy efficiency and increasing the use of non–carbon energy, carbon capture is likely the key to stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations within the atmosphere to prevent dangerous interference with Earth’s climate system.
TU Darmstadt is supporting the U.S./German company Focused Energy, which is exploring laser–guided inertial fusion energy, a different method to magnetic confinement.
Samsung SDI is constructing a second factory in Malaysia to meet the rising demand for cylindrical batteries.
This article looks as IoT battery technology, describes some of the problems that designers face with power sourcing, and provides some solutions.
This article will present an innovative technique for temporary energy storage that promises to overcome the limitations of Li-ion batteries, offering longer lifespan and reduced costs.
Graphene has been touted for several high-tech applications but has only made commercial inroads in a few different areas so far.
Amber Solutions' move to Amber Semiconductor reflects the company’s intention to showcase its key technological function more clearly, which includes productizing its patented breakthrough technology for AC direct digital control of energy into silicon chips.
Automotive manufacturers are starting to turn towards using nano-enhanced EV batteries to get the most out of the improved conductivity and charge carrier properties of some nanomaterials.
Zinc batteries have reached a pivotal stage of development, and developers are now poised to compete with older, established technologies.
The NTU-Arrow Invent Lab is aimed at the development and deployment of smart energy, mobility, and intelligent sensing technologies.