Intelligent Energy, Beijing Institute of Technology, SNBNCBS, SecMobil.

IntelligentEnergy-100kWNew fuel cell system: British Intelligent Energy is offering a 100-kW fuel cell architecture. The system will be made available to vehicle manufacturers through licensing and joint development agreements. Power density is given at 3.5 kW/l which would place it slightly above Toyota’s Mirai (3.1 kW/l).
greencarcongress.com, intelligent-energy.com

Silk-based battery: Researchers from Beijing Institute of Technology say they have identified a new material for anodes derived from natural silk which is weaved into carbon-based nanosheets. It allegedly can store five times more lithium ions than graphite while being more stable.
nanotech-now.com, business-standard.com

Supercap electrode: Researchers from the Indian S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences (SNBNCBS) have developed a novel supercapacitor electrode based on a hybrid nanostructure made from a hybrid nickel oxide-iron oxide exterior shell and a conductive iron-nickel core. The electrode is said to retain nearly 95 percent of capacity after 3,000 charge cycles.
nanotech-now.com, eetindia.co.in

Follow up: All informations on the “SecMobil” project in which engineers at the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) and partners have developed a security sensor for charging stations (we reported) are now available in English. Kindly follow the link below.
azosensors.com

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Most clicked link on Thursday was the report about Chinese carmaker Changan planning to launch 27 new electric models and seven new hybrid models by 2025.
gasgoo.com

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