Scientists develop bio-battery that generates power for weeks

A research team from Binghamton University has created a bio-battery that lasts for weeks at a time and can be stacked to improve output...

Exploring hydrogen’s potential as a zero-carbon fuel

The management team of First Hydrogen Corp. spoke to Innovation News Network to discuss how the company’s hydrogen-based and zero-carbon fuel innovations could support...

The future potential of bidirectional EV charging

Matthew Margetts, Director of Sales and Marketing at Smarter Technologies, outlines the benefits of smart EV charging systems and the potential of bidirectional EV...

Expanding Argentina’s lithium potential for a greener future

Led by an extensive team of industry experts, Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. is expanding Argentina’s lithium potential to support a greener future through...

Quebec’s role in the battery metals supply chain

Pierre Fitzgibbon, Quebec’s Minister of Economy and Innovation and Minister Responsible for Regional Economic Development, discusses Quebec's role in the north American battery supply chain. To reach global clean energy targets, the demand for lithium-ion batteries is expected to rapidly...

Strengthening Europe’s battery research and innovation ecosystem

Batteries Europe launches its second mandate in a bid to transform the battery research and innovation ecosystem in Europe. This week, on 21 June 2022, the first general assembly of the European Technology and Innovation Platform ‘Batteries Europe’ took place...

Cirba Solutions: Building a circular battery supply chain

Cirba Solutions announced on 22 June 2022 its collaboration with Heritage Battery Recycling, Retriev Technologies, and Battery Solutions, to build a circular battery supply chain. A novel corporate identity demonstrates a global focus on industry leadership in battery collection, processing,...

Floating offshore wind development: Essential in the UK’s race to net zero

The Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult’s Floating Offshore Wind Centre of Excellence has launched a report that will allow the floating wind industry to effectively plan for floating offshore wind development, which is a vital part of the UK’s race...

A lithium supply shortage could potentially impact EV production

The most recent demand report from the Advanced Propulsion Centre has revealed that EV production could be negatively impacted by the lithium supply shortage. The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC)’s insight report was launched on 21 June 2022, and it aims...

Lithium Power International to consolidate full ownership of Maricunga Lithium Brine project

Lithium Power International is set to consolidate 100% ownership of the Maricunga Lithium Brine project in Chile through a three-party all-scrip merger with Minera Salar Blanco SpA and Bearing Lithium Corp. Lithium Power International (LPI) has revealed it is entering...

The path to net zero: Deploying both battery and fuel cell electric vehicles

Stephan Herbst and Juergen Guldner, on behalf of the Hydrogen Council, discuss the advantages of deploying both battery and fuel cell electric vehicles. The transportation sector is responsible for about 24% of global CO2 emissions.1 Decarbonising it will require perhaps...

Investigating dendrite formation to develop lithium-metal batteries

A research team from Stanford University has investigated dendrite formation to further improve lithium-metal batteries. A novel mathematical model combining physics and chemistry to develop highly promising lithium-metal batteries has presented scientists with credible, fresh solutions to a problem that has...

Could chemistry improve the efficiency of perovskite solar panels?

A research team from the University of Surrey is utilising chemistry to make perovskite solar panels more efficient. How does ferrocene help in improving the efficiency of perovskite solar panels? Scientists at the University of Surrey discovered that fusing perovskite materials...

TMR for nuclear power generation: Developing a viable source of energy

A research team from Ritsumeikan University, Japan, has investigated the TMR for nuclear power generation. Rapidly growing populations combined with urbanisation and industrialisation are leading to a demand for energy that is growing significantly every day. Scientists have noted that...

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