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Charge transport jamming optimizes perovskite solar cell efficiences October 09, 2014 Charge transport jamming optimizes perovskite solar cell efficiences Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz, together with scientists from Switzerland and Spain, have examined the working principle of an perovskite-based solar cells, where an organic-inorganic perovskite compound acts as the light absorber. Read more Consortium facilitates adoption of solid-state RF energy technology October 09, 2014 Consortium facilitates adoption of solid-state RF energy technology A consortium that intends to advance today’s power and heating solutions by equipping engineers and designers with a transformative, cost-effective and highly efficient heating and power source — solid-state radio frequency (RF) energy has been formed. Read more Photoconduction semiconductor discovery promises next-generation excitonic devices October 08, 2014 Photoconduction semiconductor discovery promises next-generation excitonic devices An international research team has claimed to have discovered a special semiconductor which when light is shined on it makes the the material less conductive and could pave the way for a new generation of excitonic devices. Read more Johnson Matthey acquires battery materials assets from A123 October 07, 2014 Johnson Matthey acquires battery materials assets from  A123 A123 Systems LLC, has completed the sale of the company's facilities for the production of certain battery materials to Johnson Matthey, a world-class manufacturer of specialty chemicals. Read more Pin-shaped lithium ion battery targets wearable device market October 07, 2014 Pin-shaped lithium ion battery targets wearable device market Panasonic Corporation has developed a 13 mAh pin shaped lithium ion battery with a diameter of 3.5mm and a weight of 0.6g which makes the device suitable for powering wearable devices. Read more Cordless power tool adopts wireless charging solution October 07, 2014 Cordless power tool adopts wireless charging solution Robert Bosch Tool Corporation is claiming a world's first for cordless power tools with the introduction of the Bosch Power Ready Wireless Charging System. Read more World’s first solar battery promises cost savings October 06, 2014 World’s first solar battery promises cost savings Researchers at The Ohio State University are claiming to have developed the world’s first solar battery. Read more Atomic shuffling pintpointed as failure trigger for rechargeable batteries October 03, 2014 Atomic shuffling pintpointed as failure trigger for rechargeable batteries Michigan Technological University researcher Reza Shahbazian-Yassar has been investigating what goes on at the atomic scale as lithium ion batteries are used and recharged, over and over again with the aim to learn how to make better batteries, with more power and a longer life. Read more Airbus bring back lithium-ion batteries on A350-900 fleet October 02, 2014 Airbus bring back lithium-ion batteries on A350-900 fleet Airbus Group NV is planning to re-introduce lithium-ion batteries to the company's A350-900 fleet of aircraft from 2016.   Read more Will fault management solution be key to DC switch? October 02, 2014 Will fault management solution be key to DC switch? Researchers at the UK's University of Birmingham claim to have removed the final barrier preventing energy suppliers making the switch from AC power grids to faster, more efficient DC systems. Read more
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