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13 Sep 2023

Redox Flow Batteries Market 2024-2034: Forecasts, Technologies, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Conrad Nichols
5 Sep 2023

Jolt Energy Storage Technologies

Jolt Energy Storage Technologies (Jolt) is based in Michigan, US and is developing organic redox flow batteries (ORFBs).
22 Aug 2023

ADS-TEC Energy

ADS-TEC Energy provide battery-buffered fast charging systems for electric vehicles (EV). Their solutions are designed to enable charge point operators to deploy DC fast charging without requiring electrical service upgrades.
20 Jun 2023

Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles and Fleets 2024-2034

IDTechEx Report: Shazan Siddiqi
6 Feb 2023

FreeWire: Battery-Integrated DCFC Units

Jolt and ADSTec Energy are deploying their "MerlinOne" battery integrated chargers across Europe. Jolt plans to install up to 15,000 chargers in 250 urban centres by 2025, equally divided between Europe and North America.
30 Jun 2022

Universal Matter

Universal Matter are commercialising the flash process for manufacturing graphene. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Peter van Ballegooie (VP of strategic planning).
23 Mar 2022

Not So Fast: EV Charging Rates Make a Difference

Charging speeds for electric vehicles (EVs) vary, from as little as 15 minutes using an ultra-rapid 350 kW charger, to as much as 24 hours when relying on a domestic wall outlet. Eventually, we could reach a point where recharging barely takes longer than filling up with fuel.
25 Mar 2021

Lessons Learned From the Closure of Petra Nova

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) is generating much enthusiasm across the world, with the hopes that it could play a major role in the fight against climate change. However, amidst this enthusiasm, the industry suffered an apparent setback in mid-2020 when the Petra Nova facility in Texas, then the world's largest CCUS facility for a coal-fired power station, was closed down.
8 Oct 2018

Electric genes hope to fix a broken heart

Broken hearts have long influenced songsters and poets, but scientists have also been occupied by its literal meaning and are now hoping to use electric gene therapy as a revolutionary new treatment for cardiac conditions.
8 May 2018

Next-generation wireless pacemakers

A Rice University student team's demonstration of a next-generation, wireless pacemaker array could point to the future of medical sensors.
1 Mar 2016

World's first wireless flexible smartphone

Researchers have developed the world's first full-colour, high-resolution and wireless flexible smartphone to combine multitouch with bend input.
11 Jan 2016

A new way to store solar heat

A new material that can store solar energy during the day and release it later as heat, whenever it's needed.
10 Sep 2015

Light-harvesting nanoparticles, captures energy from hot electrons

Researchers have demonstrated an efficient new way to capture the energy from sunlight and convert it into clean, renewable energy by splitting water molecules.
21 Jul 2014

Can the world's most promising electric-car battery be saved?

Over the last half-dozen years, a swarm of companies from around the world including General Motors has snapped up licenses for a lithium-ion electrode that promised to deliver the next big step in making electric cars competitive with conventional vehicles.
21 Feb 2013


MC10 were founded in 2010 in the Boston area to commercialize conformable and/or stretchable electronics. The company has its roots in Prof John Roger's lab at the University of Illinois. The company has so far raised approx. $60 million venture capital funding. Their first product is a wearable sensor sold under the Reebok brand.
24 Jul 2012

New ultracapacitor delivers a jolt of energy at a constant voltage

A researcher from the University of West Florida has designed an ultracapacitor that maintains a near steady voltage.
3 May 2011

Federal funding puts capacitor design on the road to realization

Funded with a recent $2.25 million stimulus grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy, or ARPA-E, Welsch will try to make a capacitor ready for market within three years.
15 Mar 2011

Ultra low power digital memory for energy harvesting

University of Illinois engineers have developed a form of ultra-low-power digital memory that is faster and uses 100 times less energy than similar available memory.