15 Dec '17, 2pm

Surwon Technology Increases Solar Power Storage Capacities with Graphene Based Electrode

Surwon Technology today unveiled its latest R&D findings, providing the solar industry with a wave of promise as energy harvesting and power storage capacities are improved. Using a graphene based electrode structure, energy capacity improvements will help the solar industry to overcome a number of restrictive issues that have held its potential back from becoming a complete energy solution. More Headlines Spectrum Solar Plus Storage Project with EnSync Energy Commissioned and Operational in Hawaii Nonprofit Incubator Signs a Solar Plus Storage PPA with EnSync Energy EnSync's Holu Energy Brings Photovoltaic PPA to Nuuanu Terrace Innovative Hybrid Solar Energy System for Economically Attractive Electricity and Operationally Flexible Storable Heat Global Solar Photovoltaic Installations to Exceed 100 Gigawatts in 2018, IHS Markit Says Articles U.S. Solar Market Notches Anoth...

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