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Next Generation Upgraded Lithium Ion Battery with Larger Capacity and Reduced Dimension May Fly to the Space

published 2020 年 09 月 17 日 18:30 | editor | category News
Can the pristine lithium battery become the sensational “upgraded” revolutionary technology? The scientists of Clemson University and TU Delft have respectively developed a lighter battery recently that is capable of a faster charging speed, which paves a trail blazing path for the next generation lithium battery. ...  more

FSP Powering Up and Connecting to Smart Life

published 2020 年 09 月 17 日 9:30 | editor | category News
【Taipei, Sep.17th, 2020】 In the advent of the era of intelligentization, digitalization, and networking, the FSP Group provides various stable and reliable power solutions to realize the vision of smart life and its future development. From smart manufacturing to smart city applications, professional R&D and firmware engineers provide customized collaborative development services. As the industry continues to upgrade and innovate, more professional and stable power is needed in this new era to build a better future. ...  more

Foresight of Tesla’s Battery Day: What Hole Card is Musk Holding?

published 2020 年 09 月 16 日 18:30 | editor | category News
Tesla’s Battery Day has been postponed repeatedly due to the pandemic, though we will be able to witness the ace in the hole from Tesla after another week (September 22nd). As the Battery Day is focused on the theme of battery, Musk may not appear on the stage alongside new vehicles. However, the transcending technology that is grasped by the real-life “Iron Man” is allegedly full of surprises. Furthermore, Tesla may also announce the expansion program for future energy storage businesses. ...  more

India Builds Largest “Solar Tree” that Serves as an Alternative Installation Art

published 2020 年 09 月 16 日 18:30 | editor | category News
This might just become a new landmark for the area. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) collaborated with the Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute (CMERI) on building the largest “solar tree” in the world, which resembles a sizeable steel tree, though the tree consists of sheets of solar panels, instead of leaves. ...  more

Singaporean Researchers Use Orange Peels to Extract 90% of Rare Metals from Discarded Lithium-Ion Batteries

published 2020 年 09 月 15 日 18:30 | editor | category Analysis
Lithium-ion batteries are an indispensable form of power source that provides convenience in people’s daily lives and drives development in many technological fields. However, the immediate benefits that they offer come with some trade-offs related to the impacts of battery waste and the mining of the rare metals such as cobalt. ...  more

Installed Capacity of Solar Hit Record High with Additional Capacity of 118GW in 2019

published 2020 年 09 月 10 日 18:30 | editor | category News
The globally installed capacity of solar has been rapidly ascending from the past 10 years, and the additional installed capacity of solar had hit a record high in 2019. As pointed out by the report of BNEF, the new installed capacity had arrived at 118GW last year. This has allowed solar to become the fourth largest energy after coal-burning, natural gas, and hydropower. ...  more

American Startup Unveils “Battery” Made from Radioactive Waste That Is Safe and Can Last Up to 28,000 Years

published 2020 年 09 月 09 日 18:30 | editor | category News
Lithium-ion batteries are used in a wide range of consumer electronics like smartphones and laptop computers, and their applications are now expanding to transportation and utility. While they are becoming more and more indispensable in people’s technological lives, the energy storage market is also seeing rapid advancements every day. With the emergence of new energy storage technologies that promise better performance, can lithium-ion batteries retain their dominant position over the long term? ...  more