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ees Global Articles Created by John Hacskaylo, Chief Executive Officer, Black Diamond Structures, Austin (Texas, U.S.A.)

Realizing the Promise of Carbon Nanotubes in Energy Storage – Discrete Carbon Nanotubes Help Improve Battery Performance

A breakthrough technology that provides carbon nanotubes as they were intended: clean, individualized and free from clumping is finally delivering on the promises of these innovative structures. Immediate benefits are seen in improving the design and performance of lead-acid batteries.


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Is the All-solid-state Battery the Future of Lithium Technology?

Blue Solutions, a subsidiary of the Bolloré Group, stands out from its competitors by offering the worlds first only solid-sate lithium battery: the Lithium Metal Polymer (LMP®) battery. This new technology offers a high level of safety and performance, with no climate control requirements, for…


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Production of Next-gen Ultracapacitors Set to Begin in Provence

With the ultracapacitor market set to grow to £3bn within the next four years, Ulrik Grape, CEO of NAWA Technologies tells us why this pioneering French start-up is ideally placed to take advantage of increasing global demand


ees Global Articles Created by Fabrice Roudet, Head of Energy Storage EMEA, Eaton

How You Can Benefit From a Microgrid System

The value of installing a microgrid system varies if you’re located in Western Europe where you can access a reliable grid or in Africa where you need to cope with unreliable grid situation. But what’s common across the globe is that you can benefit from a microgrid by stacking the value streams and…


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Facing the EV Charging Challenge

In 1900, one in three cars on American roads ran on electricity. Then oil began gushing out of Texas. Cost and worries about limited range have kept electric vehicles (EVs) in a niche ever since. In a decade or so, EVs will rule the streets once more. And this time gushing oil will not prevail.