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New biobattery: using bacterial interactions to generate power

The new “plug-and-play” biobattery developed by researchers at Binghamton University State University of New York, has proven its worth – with the team revealing it can last for weeks at a time.
Dynamic Thermal Rating

Dynamic Thermal Rating technologies: The Slovenian case

Andrej Souvent, CEO of Operato d.o.o. discusses boosting the power grid by using Dynamic Thermal Rating technologies (DTR)
BOC UK & Ireland - Industrial Gases

BOC – driving hydrogen mobility for the UK and Ireland

BOC,a Linde company, is the UK and Ireland’s largest provider of industrial gases, with a nationwide production and distribution network.

Calorimeters for thermal propagation research on Lithium-ion batteries

Dr. Carlos Ziebert, from KIT, explains how calorimeters can be applied to improve materials for thermal propagation mitigation in Lithium-ion batteries.
battery development in europe, energy storage

A focus on battery development in Europe

Here, Bo Normark, Thematic Leader Smartgrids & Storage, EIT InnoEnergy explains precisely why the EBA is the catalyst for battery development in Europe.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Calorimetric method for internal pressure measurement of Lithium-ion cells

Dr. Carlos Ziebert, explains a calorimetric method for internal pressure measurement, which helps paving the way for safer Lithium-ion cells.
Battery Storage

Can the UK be a global leader in battery storage?

Senior market research analyst at BSRIA Ltd, Henry Lawson provides an expert perspective on the potential for battery storage in the UK today In a speech in November 2017, the UK Energy Secretary Greg Clark set out an apparently ambitious vision of UK energy policy in general and for battery...
nanomaterials for energy storage

Nanomaterials for energy storage: Powering our world

Nanomaterials offer significant advantages for energy storage applications, as Professor Valeria Nicolosi’s research is demonstrating.

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