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17 May 2021

Electronic Switching in the World of Test and Measurement

Omron Electronic Components continues its longstanding tradition of providing quality components solutions, such as relays, to the market. These electronic switches cover an unending list of applications, which contribute to the betterment of society in a variety of industries. One key focus industry includes test and measurement.
17 May 2021

Large Scale Hydrogen Storage Solutions to Support Decarbonisation

Mitsubishi Power Americas and Texas Brine Company have signed an agreement to develop large-scale long-duration hydrogen storage solutions to support decarbonization efforts across the eastern United States. Long-duration hydrogen storage is a key enabling technology for the transition to a net zero carbon energy future.
17 May 2021

University of Oulu:Printed Solid-State Li-ion Batteries for the Future

This webinar organized by University of Oulu, VTT and Oulu University of Applied Sciences will introduce their program and give scientific details in it
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14 May 2021

Overview of hydrogen production methods

While hydrogen is generally seen as a fuel for vehicles, in the "Energy Economy" hydrogen is meant to be used as an energy vector, and be applied in a large variety of applications, from fuel vehicles, to raw material in the chemical industry.
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14 May 2021

What is Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES) and why do we have it?

Energy consumption is changing: the way people consume electricity is changing. With the rise of renewables, electric vehicles and distributed generation, the energy landscape is evolving to support our modern lives.
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14 May 2021

Upcoming Webinar - The Evolving Market of Thermal Interface Materials

Thursday 20 May 2021 - This webinar will take from IDTechEx's latest research on Thermal Interface Materials to address these emerging markets in EV and 5G and discuss how the TIM properties and demands will change with them. The webinar will also cover developments in TIMs for data centers, LEDs and consumer electronics with industry use-cases.
14 May 2021

Graphene for 6G Communications

6G Communications needs graphene - making, manipulating and using the beams all potentially benefit from graphene.
14 May 2021

Battery Breakthrough for Electric Cars

Long-lasting, quick-charging batteries are essential to the expansion of the electric vehicle market, but today's lithium-ion batteries fall short of what's needed — they're too heavy, too expensive and take too long to charge.
13 May 2021

Power Roll

Power Roll is an early-stage UK based company that has developed an embossing process which enables higher surface area on a substrate, followed by a deposition process to coat embossed sections with material.
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13 May 2021

World's First EV Battery 3D Printer

Sakuu Corporation has today announced a revolutionary new industrial-grade 3D printer for e-mobility batteries. The breakthrough technology will unlock the mainstream adoption of EV and e-mobility vehicles by solving the previous issues of cost, performance, sustainability, and range.
13 May 2021

SABIC Advances Thermoplastic Solutions for Critical EV Battery Tech

Compared to conventional battery pack designs using traditional materials such as aluminum and other metals, SABIC's concept using lightweight thermoplastics can potentially realize 30 to 50 percent weight savings per component, improve energy density, simplify the assembly process, reduce costs, improve thermal control and safety and enhance crashworthiness.
12 May 2021

Electric Vehicles to Drive Demand for Thermal Interface Materials

There are several industries that are starting to emerge and/or focus more on thermal management and the requirement for TIMs, leading to new and extremely large potential markets.
12 May 2021

Elkem Establishes Vianode Dedicated to Advanced Battery Materials

Elkem has successfully commissioned its industrial pilot for battery materials in Kristiansand, Norway, starting industrial scale pilot production for customers. As the next step towards large-scale production, Elkem is now establishing Vianode as a new company and brand dedicated to develop and produce sustainable and high quality active anode materials to meet the needs of the exponentially growing electric vehicles marketplace.
12 May 2021

EnPower Inc

EnPower Inc are a US start-up seeking to commercialise their structured Li-ion electrodes. IDTechEx spoke with Strategic Marketing Manager Louise Hardman.
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11 May 2021

Hydrogen in the Automotive and Industrial sectors

In this IDTechEx roundtable, Daniele Gatti, David Wyatt and Luke Gear discuss the role of hydrogen in the automotive and industrial sectors. The advantages and drawbacks of the two applications are explained, addressing the future position of blue and green hydrogen, and the role of the infrastructure.
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11 May 2021

Molex - Printed Circuit Solutions

Presentation by Molex
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11 May 2021

Power Roll: A New Way to Generate Energy

Presentation by Power Roll on their platform to create and store energy
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11 May 2021

Nanocyl: Carbon Nanotubes

Introduction to Nanocyl
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11 May 2021

Wastewater Treatment System Recovers Electricity, Filters Water

The system is set up like a typical microbial fuel cell, a bacterial battery that uses electrochemically active bacteria as a catalyst where a traditional fuel cell would use platinum. In this type of system, the bacteria are attached to the electrode. When wastewater is pumped into the anode, the bacteria "eat" the organic materials and release electrons, creating electricity.
10 May 2021

Stable, Efficient, Anode-Free Sodium Battery

When it comes to batteries, lithium-ion are the best we have as far as energy density and convenience. For now. Researchers have developed a stable sodium ion battery that is highly efficient, will be less expensive to make and is significantly smaller than a traditional lithium ion battery due to the elimination of a once-necessary feature.