This edition of the Energy and Power Systems TOE covers innovations and developments in electrochemical energy storage, such as low-weight batteries, 3D printed electrode, method for producing graphene anode, sodium-ion battery membrane and molten salt iron-oxygen battery. Innovations profiled include graphene-based optoelectronic devices, singlet fission, copper nitride semiconductor, perovskite-silicon tandem cell, The TOE also focuses on developments in extending the service life of the nuclear reactor and manufacturing process of perovskite solar panels.
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Innovations in Energy Storage, Nuclear Reactors, and Solar Power Generation
- 3D Printed Electrode for Low-weight High Capacity Batteries
- Method for Producing High-Performance Graphene Anode
- High-performance Graphene-based Optoelectronic Devices
- Singlet Fission Significantly Improves Solar Cells Efficiency
- Copper Nitride Semiconductor for Eco-friendly Thin-film Photovoltaics
- Recovery Re-annealing Improve Operating Efficiency of Nuclear Reactor
- Rechargeable, High-temperature, Molten Salt Iron-oxygen Battery
- Perovskite-silicon Tandem Cell with Improved Efficiency
- Sodium-ion Battery Membrane with Enhanced Ionic Conductivity
- Improved Process for Manufacturing Perovskite Solar Panels
- Industry Contacts