Low-cost, high-performance micro-supercapacitors to power wearable devices
Micro-supercapacitors are efficient energy storage devices that can complement batteries in wearable devices. The global market for micro-supercapacitors is projected to reach EUR 3.5 billion by 2025. Although they have high power density and fast charge–discharge cycles, their high cost, low -dimensional accuracy and complexity have limited their widespread use. Funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme, the LignoPrintCap project plans to develop higher-performance and lower-cost compact micro-supercapacitors through inkjet printing. The project will print these devices on flexible substrates using a lignin-derived activated carbon ink.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-IF-EF-ST - Standard EF
SW7 2AZ London
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