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Nanofiber unleashes storage capacity potential of lithium-sulfur batteries July 01, 2014 Nanofiber unleashes storage capacity potential of lithium-sulfur batteries Researchers at the NIM Cluster at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich, Germany and at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, have synthesized a nanofiber material that could point the way forward to state-of-the-art lithium-sulfur batteries. Read more High voltage recuperation heater drives EV power savings July 01, 2014 High voltage recuperation heater drives EV power savings REO UK has launched a high voltage recuperation heater that claims to offer efficiency improvements to thermal management systems used in electric vehicles (EVs). Read more AMS, Dialog confirm merger talks June 30, 2014 AMS, Dialog confirm merger talks Mixed-signal, power and RF chip companies AMS AG, and Dialog Semiconductor plc have announced that they are in discussions over a possible merger. Read more Infineon to create 200 new jobs in Austria June 26, 2014 Infineon to create 200 new jobs in Austria Infineon Technologies AG is planning to expand the company's Villach site in Austria by investing €290 million to create approximately 200 new jobs primarily in R&D during the period from 2014 to 2017. Read more Can tofu ingredient make solar cells cheaper? June 26, 2014 Can tofu ingredient make solar cells cheaper? Researchers from University of Liverpool have discovered that a low-cost chemical used to make tofu and bath salts could be used to replace cadmium chloride, which is a highly toxic and expensive substance used to make solar cells. Read more Swedish ICT sector maps out carbon footprint June 25, 2014 Swedish ICT sector maps out carbon footprint Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TeliaSonera and Ericsson have mapped out the climate impact of the Swedish Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector. Read more Toyota rolls fuel cell vehicle to series production June 25, 2014 Toyota rolls fuel cell vehicle to series production While the discussions about batteries and their shortcomings are dominating the discussion about electromobility, Toyota silently finalised its first hydrogen fuel cell driven vehicle. The carmaker plans to make a series version of its concept vehicle available to Japanese customers in April 2015 and ... Read more Lithium-titanate battery to support UK's first 2-MW ESS June 24, 2014 Lithium-titanate battery to support UK's first 2-MW ESS The United Kingdom’s first 2-MW scale lithium-titanate battery based Energy Storage System (ESS) to support grid management is to use Toshiba Corporation's 1-MWh SCiB battery which will be installed in a primary substation in central England in September 2014. Read more Long-life paper-thin batteries target support of Internet-of-Things devices June 24, 2014 Long-life paper-thin batteries target support of Internet-of-Things devices STMicroelectronics has announced limited production of its EnFilm advanced rechargeable batteries that are less than 0.25 mm thick. These paper-thin batteries free designers from the constraints of standard battery sizes for personal technology and Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices. Read more Lithium-ion modules focus on marine clean propulsion applications June 24, 2014 Lithium-ion modules focus on marine clean propulsion applications Saft has launched the Seanergy range of lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery modules developed to offer the proven safety, performance and reliability advantages of Li-ion Super-Iron Phosphate (SLFP) chemistry in a fully integrated solution designed specifically for civil marine propulsion installations. ... Read more
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