Challenges of Modern Power Grid in the Midst of Deepening Power Electronics Penetration and Increasing Renewable Energy Use

Speaker: Professor Michael Chi Kong Jie Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Hong Kong City University Date: April 12, 2022 (Tuesday) Time: 15:00 – 16:30 (HKT) Register here Abstract: The penetration of power electronics into power generation and distribution systems has deepened in recent years, driven by increasing use of renewable sources, the drive for higher … Read more

Many Critical Flaws Patched in Delta Electronics Energy Management System

Last year, at least 30 vulnerabilities were found in Delta Electronics’ industrial energy management system DIAEnergie. The company says it has created patches for all of them, but so far most of these patches are only available on request. In August 2021, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) informed organizations using the DIAEnergie … Read more

New Fermi arcs could provide a new path for electronics

Newswise – Newly discovered Fermi arcs, which can be controlled by magnetism, could become the future of electronics based on electron spins. These new Fermi arcs were discovered by a team of researchers from Ames Laboratory and Iowa State University, as well as staff from the US, Germany and the UK. In a study of … Read more

NSF grant funds research at Florida Poly to develop reliable, energy efficient electronics

Doctor Ashik SakibAssociate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computing, provided in $ 175,000 a grant that can change the landscape of self-powered electronic devices that run on very minimal harvested energy. This study can benefit from low-maintenance, critical safety and extreme environmental applications such as implanted medical electronics, military surveillance devices, and deep-sea and space … Read more

Design Tweak Helps Prevent Malfunction in Yarns That Store Energy

In a new study, scientists from the University of North Carolina have found a way to prevent electrical faults in filaments designed to store electricity. Ultimately, the findings could help advance the development of “smart textiles” that will capture energy from user movements, power sensors and wearable electronics. The researchers told npj Flexible Electronics that … Read more

Global Silicones Market Report 2022: Focus on Medical, Energy, Electronics, Transportation, Special Systems, Personal Care, Construction, Industrial Process

DUBLIN, March 22, 2022 / PRNewswire / – The report “Global Silicon Growth Opportunities” has been added offer. This study covers silicone elastomers, liquids, resins and gels, as well as various application methods such as silicone rubber, coatings, emulsions, sealants and adhesives. It also provides regional consumption and regional revenue estimates for each end-use … Read more

The Royal Mint to build plant that will extract gold from e-waste

Smith / Godot Collection Archive photos Getty Images LONDON – The Royal Mint of Britain plans to build a facility that will extract gold from electronic waste, and the plant will be fully launched in 2023. In a statement Monday, the state-owned company, which makes precious metals and coins, said it would use what it … Read more

RF Energy Transistors Market Outlook By 2022 -2029

New Jersey, USA, – Market Research Intellect has published the latest market study of energy transistors RF-2022, which examines market investments. Describes how companies implementing these technologies in various industries are seeking to explore the possibility of becoming major business vandals. The RF Energy Transistors study includes very useful reviews and strategic assessments, including profiles … Read more

Dr. Joe Nyangon: A True Technology Leader Influencing Clean Energy Innovation While Staging Industry and Research Experiences

We are seeing profound shifts in every industry, marked by new advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicles and nanotechnology. Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, called the shifts “the fourth industrial revolution.” But, as he puts it, “the fourth industrial revolution is not just … Read more

Soteria Consortium Partnership Builds Lithium-ion Batteries with 26% Higher Energy Density and >80% Less Copper and Aluminum

The pantographs were made of heat-stable, high-strength DuPont ™ Kapton® polyimide film, metallized by Steinerfilm to have 500 nm of metal on each side. With a total thickness of 5 μm, they are the lightest and thinnest current collectors for lithium-ion batteries, using only 17% of the aluminum and copper used in conventional batteries. Polaris … Read more