2018 Developments in Energy Storage, Nuclear Reactors, Lithium-ion Batteries and Solar-powered Cooling - ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 9, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 9, 2019--The “Developments in Energy Storage, Nuclear Reactors, Lithium-ion Batteries, and Solar-powered Cooling” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This edition of the Energy and Power Systems TOE focuses on innovations and developments in battery and supercapacitor technologies for different applications, such as energy storage, smart sensors and consumer electronics.

The TOE also covers innovations that are beneficial to remote sites located away from the electric grid infrastructure, such as small modular nuclear reactors made from hard-wearing steel, and passive radiative cooling systems with improved performance.

The TOE also discusses a new design that can improve the shelf life of metal-air batteries, a solid-state battery with low resistance, and batteries that are powered by carbon dioxide.

In addition, the TOE also discusses improving charging speed for batteries and reduced power consumption for IoT sensors.

Topics Covered

High-Power Batteries Made in Customized Geometries Small Modular Nuclear Reactors with Containment from High-strength Steel High-performance Supercapacitor Electrode Material Method for Producing Next-generation Metal Batteries Passive Radiative Cooling System with Improved Performance Novel Design to Improve Shelf Life of Metal-air Batteries Low Resistance Solid-State Battery Batteries Powered by Carbon Dioxide Charging Speed Improvement for Lithium-ion Batteries Reduced Power Consumption for IoT Sensors Industry Contacts

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