Recent Research Spotlight

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Some days are windier than others. So when you’re relying on wind farms for electricity, you need a way to store unused energy, creating a buffer between supply and demand. 

Compressed air energy storage (CAES) offers a solution. This approach uses excess energy to pressurize and cool air, storing it in underground caverns. When energy is needed, that stored potential can be released by heating and expanding the air...

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G2N (Giga to Nano Centre)

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Fuel Cell and Green Energy R&D

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Applied Nanomaterials & Clean Energy Lab

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Nazar Research Group

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