The negative electrode material refers to the raw material that constitutes the negative electrode in the battery. The negative electrode of lithium-ion battery is made of negative electrode active material carbon material or non-carbon material, binder and additive to make paste glue, which is evenly spread on both sides of copper foil, dried and rolled. The key to the successful fabrication of lithium-ion batteries lies in the preparation of negative electrode materials that can reversibly de/intercalate lithium ions.
Through virtual power plants, the integration of distributed energy such as renewable energy, energy storage equipment, and backup power has become a new science in energy management. As the proportion of renewable energy gradually increases, to solve the problem of intermittent power supply, flow batteries that can store electricity for a long time have attracted much attention.
Now in its 8th year, Refining India has come to be known in the Indian hydrocarbons industry as “the September conference”. It provides the perfect opportunity to bring leading edge developments to the attention of senior executives from all of India’s major refining companies. Refining India 2021 will be held on 20-21 September 2021 at the Shangri-La Eros Hotel, New Delhi.
POWTECH is the world’s undisputed number one for powder, granule and bulk solids technologies. It reflects the current state of the art in mechanical processing technologies and instrumentation. A top-grade supporting programme rounds off the exhibition concept. See for yourself!The Sector's leading ExhibitionPOWTECH is the world’s undisputed number one fo...
Addis Power is one of the largest exhibition exclusively on power, energy and lighting, which will be held at Millenium Hall, the business and trade capital of Africa in October 2021. Ethiopia has abundant renewable energy resources and has the potential to generate over 60,000 megawatts (MW) of electric power from hydroelectric, wind, solar and geothermal sources. As a result of Ethiopia’s rap...
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The Powerex & Electric Asia 2022 are the only specialized Power, Power Generation, Power Transmission and Electrical Equipment, Technologies & Supplies in Thailand that brings together an international congregation of Power and Electric related companies and also its supporting industries gathered in Bangkok to showcase the latest developments in the power &...
Egypt Energy 2022 unites North Africa's energy community through FIVE product sectors within one show.
Egypt Energy is positioned as a regional energy event hosting exhibitors and visitors from all over the world. The show, previously known as ELECTRICX, brings together energy manufacturers and suppliers to showcase new technologies and innovative solutions covering the entire energy va...
With the rise of global awareness of environmental protection, the development of new energy sources to replace the old power generation methods has become one of the important development goals of governments in various countries. One of the least polluting methods of generating electricity is with solar energy.
Not just Taiwan, but the whole world is currently at a critical moment in energy transition. With the increasing demand for green electricity, more and more governments or organizations are paying attention to the development of green and low-carbon energy. Among the developing technologies, wind power is the mainstay. The development of wind power not only promotes a solution for green energy electricity consumption, but also plays a key role in economic growth. The acceleration and momentum of wind powered electric generation has brought new opportunities in industrial upgrading and transformation that will drive the economy.
Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) technology is to pretreat and evaporate industrial wastewater, collect the condensed water distilled from the zero liquid discharge system for water recycling applications, and send unevaporated solids to landfills or use them as valuable salt. Class by-products are reused. In 2018, the global ZLD market demand was approximately 5,442 million U.S. dollars, with the largest industrial application being the energy and power industries, followed by the petrochemical and chemical industries.
In recent years, the world has been affected by extreme climates, and the supply of water services has begun to face major changes and tests, causing the world to face more serious water shortage problems. The fierce competition for water resources comes from the fact that the earth will face a 40% water shortage from 2030.
According to estimates, by 2050, nearly half of the world's electricity will be generated by wind and solar power. Since the 1970s, fossil fuels have accounted for most of the world's electricity. By the middle of the 21st century, global electricity production will be converted from two-thirds fossil fuels to two-thirds renewable energy.