Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad have found that fly ash – waste byproduct of power plants that poses a threat to the environment – can be modified into
Dye-sensitised solar cells (DSSC) or Grätzel cells named after the Swiss chemist Michael Grätzel who was greatly involved in the development of new cell types. Manufacturing of DSCs is simple,
The growing popularity of digital devices has spurred the need for integrated circuits that are light weight, consume ultra-low power and are highly efficient. Technology companies are increasingly focusing on
Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad incubated startup PuREnergy said it has developed “affordable” lithium batteries and is commercially launching them during the Renewable Energy Expo 2018 that begins at Greater Noida
A team of scientists at India Institute of Technology (IIT), Hyderabad, has developed a set of new electrodes that promise to help produce lithium ion batteries with higher energy densities.