Supercapacitors are gaining in popularity, as these devices can store and release energy very quickly, and are useful in many applications -including energy generation, grid power support, automotive, consumer devices and more.
Graphene has the potential to increase the performance of supercapacitors, and the material is already used in many commercial products by several companies.
Here are some of the most recent news regarding graphene supercapacitors:
- GMG to support pilot for piezo-supercapacitors for self-powered medical implants
- Researchers develop graphene aerosol gel inks for printing micro-supercapacitors
- Skeleton enters agreement with CAF Power & Automation for supercapacitors for trams
- Novel tin/graphene electrode could enable next-gen supercapacitors
- Skeleton to develop new production technology with €51 million government support
- New rGO-based material could improve energy storage devices and supercapacitors
- New graphene hybrid material could open the door to highly efficient supercapacitors
- Graphene enables stretchable micro-supercapacitors to self-power wearable devices
- Graphene-based supercapacitor to power wearable skin sensors
- Researchers develop a novel graphene-vanadium flexible hybrid battery/supercapacitor
In addition, don't miss out our recent update on Skeleton Technologies' graphene-based supercapacitors technology and business.
Want to learn more about graphene supercapacitors and their fascinating potential, properties and market status? Graphene-Info's Graphene Supercapacitors Market Report is definitely the place to start. We have recently overhauled this report.