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Semiconductor advance makes ultra-thin solar cells a reality August 05, 2014 Semiconductor advance makes ultra-thin solar cells a reality Researchers at Vienna University of Technology have created a semiconductor structure consisting of two ultra-thin layers that enables photovoltaic energy conversion and allows thin, semi-transparent, flexible solar cells to become a reality. Read more Liquid alloy electrode improves sodium-beta battery performance August 05, 2014 Liquid alloy electrode improves sodium-beta battery performance Researchers at the US Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created an electrode made of a liquid metal alloy that enables sodium-beta batteries to operate at lower temperatures. Read more Nanoscale study reveals EV battery electrochemical reaction insights August 05, 2014 Nanoscale study reveals EV battery electrochemical reaction insights Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have revealed new insights into why fast charging inhibits lithium iron phosphate's performance during electrochemical reactions in a common electric vehicle battery. Read more Spray-on solar cells reduce solar power costs August 04, 2014 Spray-on solar cells reduce solar power costs A team of scientists at the University of Sheffield are claiming to be the first to fabricate perovskite solar cells using a spray-painting process which could help cut the cost of solar electricity. Read more Electromagnetic innovation optimizes public lighting power consumption August 01, 2014 Electromagnetic innovation optimizes public lighting power consumption Researchers from the School of Industrial Engineers of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), in collaboration with the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, have designed an energy regulation system that claims to efficiently reduce the luminous flux of lamps by reducing the voltage. Read more Wireless charging - a more cost-effective approach July 31, 2014 Wireless charging - a more cost-effective approach The prevailing solution in wireless charging for electric vehicles provides for inductor coils under the bottom of the vehicle; the corresponding charging coil typically is embedded in the ground. This concept has its disadvantages. Researchers from Fraunhofer IISB have devices an alternative approach ... Read more Pure lithium anode promises more efficient rechargeable batteries July 29, 2014 Pure lithium anode promises more efficient rechargeable batteries Researchers at Stanford University claim to have designed a pure lithium anode that could lead to the prospect of smaller, cheaper and more efficient rechargeable batteries. Read more High-temperature superconductivity discovery paves way for energy superhighways July 29, 2014 High-temperature superconductivity discovery paves way for energy superhighways Physicists at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) working with Cornell University and Brookhaven National Laboratory claim to have identified the 'quantum glue' that underlies a promising type of superconductivity.   Read more BMW invoke fast battery chargers to spark EV sales July 28, 2014 BMW invoke fast battery chargers to spark EV sales BMW has launched the company's i DC Fast Chargers, which claim to be capable of charging the BMW i3 all-electric vehicle’s battery up to 80 percent in 30 minutes, to help spark growth in the company's electric vehicle sales drive. Read more Li-ion battery simulator accelerates next-gen automotive battery development July 28, 2014 Li-ion battery simulator accelerates next-gen automotive battery development CD-adapco has completed a development project targeting the automotive and lithium ion battery industries to enable faster design and development of advanced electric drive vehicle power systems. Read more
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