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Off Grid Energy Independence

Storing Energy in Red Bricks

Red bricks ? some of the world's cheapest and most familiar building materials ? can be converted into energy storage units that can be charged to hold electricity, like a battery, according to new research.

Graphene and Related Materials Inks Improve Solar Cells

Imagine the environmental benefits if we could all simply paint solar cells onto the roof of our houses, or onto any surface for that matter. We could do this using perovskite solar cells, but, due to their instability, they have not yet been widely introduced. Now, researchers from the Graphene Flagship have developed hybrids of graphene and molybdenum disulphide quantum dots to stabilise PSCs.

Leading Industry Position in Floating Solar

INNOSEA, a leading engineering firm specialized in Offshore Renewables and part of LOC Group, is pleased to announce it has been invited to join the Floating Solar JIP consortium, a group of 23 leading companies in the renewable energy arena.

New Solar Energy Optics

Finnish technology company ICS has developed a unique technology platform and a film solution providing a 5-10% increase in energy output for conventional solar modules - and even higher gains for more advanced applications.

Electric Cars: The Lifeline of the Auto Industry

In the past two decades, the car market has declined twice: first due to the 2008 economic crisis, and then due to falling sales in China. Most recently, the lockdowns implemented to combat the coronavirus pandemic, causing auto-production plants to close globally and a loss of consumer spending will lead to an unprecedented 23% decline in 2020 (IDTechEx prediction).

This box receives a live news feed from the IDTechEx 'Energy Harvesting Journal', and does not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Energy Harvesting Network. IDTechEx provides independent analysis on the development and application of RFID, Printed Electronics, Photovoltaics and Energy Harvesting.

 
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