This edition of the Energy and Power Systems TOE covers innovations and developments in sectors such as battery and thermal energy storage, solar trackers and testing facilities for batteries. Innovations profiled include microbatteries, flexible lithium-ion batteries for wearables, and solar PV tracking solutions, which enable better performance with their design. The TOE also focuses on developments in thermal energy storage solutions for applications such as district and building heating and EV smart charging solutions.
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Table of Contents
1. Innovations and Developments in Energy Storage, Solar Power Generation, Electrolytes, Thermal Energy Storage, Solar Tracking, and Energy Storage Testing
Rechargeable Microbattery with High Energy Density
Highly Flexible Lithium-ion Battery
Economial Gallium Arsenide Solar Cells
Next-Gen Batteries for Electric Vehicles
Machine Learning for Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles
Large Scale, Sub Terrain Thermal Energy Storage
Thermal Energy Storage for Buildings and Hospitals
Solar Tracking Research for Better Bifacial Performance
Dual Axis Tracking for Better Range of Motion
Transportable Energy Storage Testing Facility