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The Centre focuses on the development of efficient devices for energy harvesting, storage, and conversion.
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Dr. Hao Liu, Professor Peter Notten and Professor Guoxiu Wang.

Powering the car of the future

Electric or hybrid cars are one way to put a plug in greenhouse gas emissions, but how do they work? To understand this, you need to understand the batteries that power them.
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UTS hosts 2nd International Symposium

UTS played host to the 2nd International Symposium on Renewable Energy Technologies from 30 November to 4 December.
Distinguished Professor Guoxiu Wang from the UTS Centre for Clean Energy Technology, Professor Peter Notten from Eindhoven University in the Netherlands, spoke to 2ser on battery technologies that power electric cars.
The Rail Manufacturing CRC has announced the HEC Group will join the Centre as a new participant on an innovative lithium battery project.
Large-scale energy storage is a key strategy to effectively utilize intermittent renewable energy.
Leading researchers in sustainable energy technologies in China and Australia are joining forces to accelerate the development of solutions that can be commercialised in both countries.