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24 Jun 2021

Electric Vehicles & DC Fast Charging: Moving to the Next Level

The IDTechEx report "Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles and Fleets 2021-2031" finds that the total number of electric vehicle charging outlets surpassed 1 million in 2020, with both China and Europe at or below the optimum 10 electric vehicles per charging outlet.
23 Jun 2021

Solid-State Battery Market Will Grow to $8 Billion by 2031

With an increasing number of players working in this field and some milestones being achieved, the solid-state battery market is expected to grow to $ 8 billion by 2031, according to IDTechEx's new report "Solid-State and Polymer Batteries 2021-2031: Technology, Forecasts, Players".
23 Jun 2021

WACKER SILICONES - Thermal Materials for EVs

WACKER produces many materials used in the EV market. This interview with IDTechEx focussed on their silicone thermal interface materials for EV battery packs.
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23 Jun 2021

Electric Boats & Ships: Five Key Battery Suppliers

IDTechEx expects battery demand from maritime transport to grow rapidly for the next two decades. In this article, IDTechEx summarises five leading battery suppliers underpinning this transition.
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22 Jun 2021

World's First 100% Solar-Plus-Storage-Only Community Grid

Onslow, Australia's hydrocarbon-free experience shows that it is possible for communities to operate entirely on a solar-plus-stored-energy model.
22 Jun 2021

GenCell Energy Successfully Runs 24/7 Hydrogen Power Solution

GenCell Energy has successfully completed an advanced testing period of its innovative experimental GenCell A5 off-grid hydrogen power solution based on alkaline fuel cell technology, at the site of an active Emergency Communications System station outside Reykjavik, Iceland.
21 Jun 2021

Rolls-Royce Developing Aviation Energy Storage Technology

Rolls-Royce is developing energy storage systems that will enable aircraft to undertake zero emissions flights of over 100 miles on a single charge.
21 Jun 2021

NH Carbon™ by Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation, Japan

Functional Conductive Carbon for Liquid Type LIB and all Solid LIB
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18 Jun 2021

Join the IDTechEx Webinar: Race for the 1000 Mile Electric Car

Thursday 1 July 2021 - Electric car range will increase fourfold over the next 20 years. For many leaders that will mean way over 1000 miles. Short-range cars will be treated like ones with no aircon or sound system.
18 Jun 2021

How Key Data Center Trends Impact the Thermal Interface Materials

Worldwide events and trends are causing a greater demand on data centers. A key area for data centers is thermal management, and regardless of the overall thermal strategy adopted, the considerations around thermal interface materials (TIMs) are crucial.
16 Jun 2021

Connected Microgrids on 26 Maldivian Islands

The project sponsored by the Maldivian Ministry of Environment and the Climate Investment Funds aims to substantially decrease carbon emissions as well as the costs of energy generation on these remote islands. The solar energy capacity installed is about 2.65 megawatts, and the capacity of the battery storage systems used is around 3.2 megawatt hours.
16 Jun 2021

Technology Development to Drive Long-term EV Adoption

The resilience of global electric vehicle (EV) sales during 2020 provided some optimism as to the maturing state of the electric vehicle market. However, sales are still primarily underpinned by government policy, and improvements in cost and performance to Li-ion cells and packs, not to forget other aspects of the vehicle or grid infrastructure, are needed for widespread adoption.
16 Jun 2021

Printing Flexible, Wearable Electronics for Smart Device Applications

The demand for flexible wearable electronics has spiked with the dramatic growth of smart devices that can exchange data with other devices over the internet with embedded sensors, software, and other technologies.
16 Jun 2021

Jaguar Land Rover to Develop Hydrogen Powered Defender

Jaguar Land Rover is developing a prototype hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle based on the new Land Rover Defender, with testing scheduled to begin this year.
15 Jun 2021

A Single Device can Wirelessly Power Multiple Wearables

A major pain point facing the use of wearables is the issue of keeping these devices properly and conveniently powered. As the number of wearables one uses increases, the need to charge multiple batteries rises in tandem, consuming huge amounts of electricity. Many users find it cumbersome to charge numerous devices every day, and inconvenient service disruptions occur when batteries run out.
15 Jun 2021

The Biodegradable Battery

The number of data-transmitting microdevices, for instance in packaging and transport logistics, will increase sharply in the coming years. All these devices need energy, but the amount of batteries would have a major impact on the environment. Researchers have developed a biodegradable mini-capacitor that can solve the problem. It consists of carbon, cellulose, glycerin and table salt. And it works reliably.
14 Jun 2021

New Generation of Supercapacitors to Electrify Green Transportation

Scientists have created a new generation of low-cost, high-energy supercapacitors to power electric vehicles. Researchers have produced a cheaper, more sustainable and energy-dense electrode material for supercapacitors which could pave the way for wider market penetration of this high-power, quick charging electric vehicle technology.
12 Jun 2021

Parker Lord: Dispensable Gap Fillers

Dr James Edmondson interviewed Parker Lord to discuss their dispensable gap filler thermal interface materials for the EV market.
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11 Jun 2021

Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles 2021-2031

Forecasts from IDTechEx report "Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles 2021-2031"
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11 Jun 2021

Short Term Growth Prospects for Renewable Fuels

Limits on the amount of bioethanol and biodiesel that can be blended with conventional fossil fuels mean growth in the consumption of certain biofuels has slowed considerably over the past 5 years. However, with CO2 targets becoming increasingly stringent, and some sectors being difficult to electrify, alternative fuels are likely to still be needed over the coming years.