Total S.A.

Total S.A.

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Total is one of the largest integrated oil and gas companies in the world, with activities in more than 130 countries. The Group is also a first rank player in chemicals. Its 97,000 employees put their expertise to work in every part of the industry - exploration and production of oil and natural gas, refining and marketing, new energies, trading, and chemicals. Total is working to help satisfy the global demand for energy, both today and tomorrow.
Total is striving to diversify its supply to help meet growing energy demand in the long term. The Group holds a 66% stake in SunPower, a world leader in solar energy. Additionally, Total is actively engaged in a number of renewable research and development projects, such as solar and biomass.
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27 May 2024

Sinoboom

Sinoboom is a Chinese manufacturer of aerial work platforms used widely in the construction industry. IDTechEx spoke to Sinoboom at the ERA Convention 2024, with this profile focusing on the company's electric products.
27 May 2024

5 Key Areas Metal-Organic Frameworks Can Help Decarbonize

According to IEA's 2023 update to its net zero roadmap, carbon capture technologies, more efficient space cooling equipment, and clean energy transitions are all cornerstones of achieving net zero by 2050 and limiting global warming to 1.5°C. Emerging technologies utilizing metal-organic framework (MOF) materials for carbon capture, refrigerant reclamation, direct lithium extraction, HVAC equipment, and various other chemical separations and purification processes can see the advent of disruptive next-generation technologies that are essential for industrial decarbonization.
24 May 2024

Graphene at The Advanced Materials Show 2024

The Advanced Materials Show was held at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, UK on 15th and 16th May 2024. The event was co-located alongside the Advanced Ceramics Show, the Battery Cells & Systems Expo and the Vehicle Electrification Expo. In total, three IDTechEx analysts attended the conference to cover a range of the topics on display. The focus of this event summary will be the graphene industry, covered extensively by IDTechEx for over a decade. Graphene was first isolated at the University of Manchester and so there are many important players based in the UK, with the majority exhibiting at the event, either via booths or presentations. 2024 marked the 20th anniversary of the original isolation of graphene, and this was celebrated at the event.
23 May 2024

Despite Concerns Rare Earth Free Motors Take a Back Seat in EVs

The sourcing of materials and components is becoming an increasingly discussed topic across multiple industries. One huge growth sector is the electric vehicle (EV) market, with IDTechEx predicting 4 fold growth in electric car sales over the next 10 years. Much of the conversation is focused on battery materials, but the rare earths used in the magnets in electric motors are another key concern.
23 May 2024

Saltworks Technologies

Saltworks Technologies develops technologies and full-scale systems that treat industrial wastewater and refine lithium into battery-grade products. It has a product range covering chemical, membrane, and thermal technologies, robust sensors, and smart process controls. This profile focuses on Saltworks Technologies' offering in the lithium market.
22 May 2024

BatteryOne

BatteryOne produces and supplies Li-ion batteries for small construction equipment including compaction equipment, rammers, and plates. IDTechEx spoke to BatteryOne at the ERA Convention 2024.
20 May 2024

AOS Thermal Compounds — Silicone-Free Thermal Interface Materials

AOS Thermal Compounds is an American company. IDTechEx talked with John Dunne, General Manager of AOS Thermal Compounds, in 2024. AOS Thermal Compounds introduced its silicone-free TIMs and a few flagship products.
17 May 2024

Electric and Fuel Cell Buses 2025-2045: Markets, Players, Technologies and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Mika Takahashi
16 May 2024

Sono Motors

Sono Motors is a German company that develops and integrates photovoltaic bodywork into various vehicle segments, to provide additional power generation. Sono Motors had attempted to produce a solar-powered car, the Sion, but shut the project down in February 2023 due to funding challenges. IDTechEx spoke with Sono Motors at BUS2BUS to learn more about its pivot into solar bodywork.
16 May 2024

Examining the Sustainable Plastics Landscape at NPE 2024

The global plastics industry converged in Orlando, Florida, in the first week of May for NPE 2024, the first edition of the largest plastics trade show in the Americas in six years. With over 50,000 attendees and 2,000 exhibitors, many sectors and types of companies were represented, from plastic resin manufacturers to injection molding equipment suppliers to plastics distributors and much more.
16 May 2024

Ensurge Micropower ASA

Ensurge Micropower ASA is a Norwegian startup with facilities in San Jose, California. It produces solid-state lithium microbatteries for use in IoT, wearables and healthcare. IDTechEx interviewed CEO Lars Eikland.
16 May 2024

Thermal Interface Materials 2024-2034: Technologies, Markets, and Forecasts

IDTechEx Report: Yulin Wang and Dr James Edmondson
15 May 2024

Join Our Upcoming Webinar on Photonic Integrated Circuits

Thursday 30 May 2024 - Photonic Integrated Circuits: Materials, Forecasts, and How AI Accelerator Demand Is Affecting the PIC Market - What is a photonic integrated circuit? What are current and future applications for PICs? An insight into IDTechEx's Total PIC Market Forecasts; How AI accelerator demand is affecting the PIC Transceivers market; The roadmap for the future of Datacom Transceivers; PIC Material Benchmarks and Forecasts
15 May 2024

Why Electric CAM Machines Need Diverse Battery Options

Construction, agriculture, and mining (CAM) machine OEMs have recently started their electrification journey. Over the next 10 years, IDTechEx predicts strong growth in this market, driven by the falling price of batteries and the total cost of ownership benefits that electric machines provide. As such, a new battery market will be created, one that IDTechEx's new "Battery Markets in Construction, Agriculture & Mining Machines 2024-2034" report finds will grow to a value of US$7.8 billion at a 10-year CAGR of 27.1% and with an annual demand of more than 50GWh in 2034.
15 May 2024

Citrine Informatics

Citrine Informatics provides a materials/chemicals informatics platform which is deployed to customers as a cloud service. The company believes it leads on training on small datasets. Citrine has recently broadened its offering to appeal to more organizations and integrated powerful large language model-based features into its platform.
13 May 2024

OXCCU

OXCCU (OxCCU Tech Ltd) is a UK-based start-up, spun out from the University of Oxford. The company has developed a proprietary catalyst able to convert captured CO₂ and hydrogen into hydrocarbons in the jet fuel range. IDTechEx spoke to OXCCU at Innovation Zero 2024 in London, UK.
10 May 2024

HyProMag Ltd

HyProMag are a spin-out from the University of Birmingham, founded in 2018 and commercializing short-loop NdFeB magnet recycling. HyProMag use patented hydrogen-processing technology to separate valuable rare-earth alloys as powders from waste material, which they subsequently reprocess to form new NdFeB magnets. IDTechEx spoke with Dr Robert Arnold, Director of HyProMag, at the Materials Research Exchange 2024 conference in London, UK.
9 May 2024

PIC International Conference 2024: Nvidia, AI, and Optical Networking

IDTechEx attended PIC International Conference 2024. This premium article provides some key takeaways from the event.
8 May 2024

Optical & Radio Frequency Metamaterials 2024-2034: Markets, Players, Technologies

IDTechEx Report: Sam Dale, Dr Yu-Han Chang, Dr James Jeffs and Dr Xiaoxi He
7 May 2024

Photonic Integrated Circuits Market to Be Worth Over US$20B by 2034

The Silicon Photonics and PICs market is experiencing robust growth, driven by the surge in AI and datacom transceiver demand. Key players in the industry, such as Intel, Coherent, and Infinera, are actively using PICs within their transceivers.