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11 June 2015

Nanoionics Group’s research featured on Cover of Advanced Energy Materials

Albert Tarancón, Head of the Nanoionics and Fuel Cells Group at IREC, his coworkers at IREC and colleagues from the Imperial College London and UCLM have discovered the possibility of synthesizing artificial mixed ionic-electronic conductors by grain boundary nano-engineering pure electronic conductors. This strategy opens an avenue for generating new families of materials that can be employed in a wide variety of solid state devices such as solid oxide fuel cells, batteries, electrochromic displays or nanoionics-based resistive switching memories.

The work has been published in Advanced Energy Materials, which is considered one of the most prestigious journals in the field of energy and, more generally, in materials science, and featured on the cover of the issue of June.

 

 
09 June 2015

Are Tesla Batteries an alternative for electric car and self-supply?

Prof. Joan Ramon Morante, head of Advanced Materials for Energy Area of IREC published an opinion new in La Vanguardia newspapers. Here he analyzes the Tesla Battery public hit that can be used in both residential and mobility applications. Despite this battery had a high media coverage and commercial repercussion there are many aspects that must be solved such as regulation, taxes, self-production, 2nd life battery… the complete news is published here.

 
 
02 June 2015

The Spin-off EOLOS, won the EIT Innovators Award at InnovEIT conference

EOLOS Floating LiDAR Solutions spin-off from the NEPTUNE project lead by IREC has been awarded with the European Institute of Innovation & Technology InnovEIT Innovators Award in the Conference held in Budapest on May the 6th.

 


 
 
25 May 2015

IREC was invited at the closing session in the Energy Science and Technology (EST) Conference by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

The Professor J.R. Morante, Head of Advanced Materials for Energy of IREC, has been one of the four speakers who closed the conference on Energy Science and Technology organized by KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) with the support of European Physical Societies (EPS), Chemistry (EUCHEM) and Materials (E-MRS); together with the authorities of the KIT, the KMK, Conference Center and the German Ministry of economic Affairs and Energy, the lander of Baden-Württemberg and the EU authorities. The conference took place from 20 to 23 May 2015, with the participation of 600 delegates. It is focused on renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy storage systems, networks and electrical power systems.