Full profile interview
9 Nov 2022
GKN Hydrogen is a developer of modular hydrogen storage systems based on metal hydrides. It offers standalone storage as well as integrated production, storage, and electricity generation systems.
Full profile interview
13 Oct 2022
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. IDTechEx spoke to Citrine Informatics' CEO and Co-founder Greg Mulholland and Director of Marketing Joshua Tappan.
27 Sep 2022
Technology Generates Electricity from Ocean Waves, Clothing, Cars
Imagine this: Clothing that charges your smart watch as you walk, buildings that vibrate in the wind and power your lights, a road that extracts energy from the friction created by moving cars, and flexible structures that change shape in ocean waves to generate clean electricity for communities around the world.
External press release
6 Sep 2022
CalWave Successfully Concludes Wave Energy Project in California
The project, which deployed in September 2021, was supported by a US Department of Energy award with the goal to demonstrate CalWave's scalable and patented xWave technology as a cost-effective, sustainable solution for energy generation. Not only does the demonstration represent California's first at-sea, long-duration wave energy project, but it also serves as a critical step toward proving wave power as a commercially viable renewable resource.
11 Jul 2022
Smashing Through the 30% Efficiency Barrier for Perovskite Solar Cells
For the first time, an efficiency of 30% for perovskite-on-silicon-tandem solar cells has been exceeded thanks to a joint effort led by scientists at EPFL's Photovoltaics and Thin Film Electronics Laboratory in partnership with the renowned innovation center, CSEM. Independently certified by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in the United States, these results are a boost to high-efficiency photovoltaics and pave the way toward even more competitive solar electricity generation.
20 Jun 2022
30-Year Perovskite Solar Cells, New Approach to Testing
Researchers have developed the first perovskite solar cell with a commercially viable lifetime, marking a major milestone for an emerging class of renewable energy technology. The team projects their device can perform above industry standards for around 30 years, far more than the 20 years used as a threshold for viability for solar cells.