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Breakthrough Energy Storage And R&D Company SuperDielectrics Expands At Chesterford Research Park

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on Cambridge Network.

This is the first paragraph.

Chesterford Research Park is delighted to announce the expansion of an existing occupier, SuperDielectrics, into new laboratory and write up space within the Emmanuel Building.

But it does flag up progress by one of Cambridge’s new companies; SuperDielectrics.

Superdielectrics’ mission is to develop high energy density, low cost, low environmental impact electrical energy storage devices that will help create a clean and sustainable global energy and transportation system. Superdielectric’s storage devices (supercapacitors) are not only safe, rapidly rechargeable and have a long life, they contain no rare materials or conflict metals and have the added benefit of reducing pollution and waste with no end-of-life recycling issues.

I believe they are a company to watch, as supercapacitors can take over some applications of lithium-ion batteries.

September 28, 2021 - Posted by | Energy Storage | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Please don’t forget the contributions that the University of Surrey and Bristol University have been making to Superdielectrics and in particular Surrey’s Chemistry Department and its general research to support the the field of Energy Storage.
    Looking at the wider issue of the academic contribution chemistry departments of our universities along with those who are engaged in materials sciences are making, they are enjoying a renaissance in the opportunities for research and innovation afforded by the transition from fossil fuels. A generation ago these departments were largely on their uppers and the prospects for many researchers looked bleak.
    Let’s also remember that science is not about borders, one only has to see the astounding number Chinese Post Doctoral Researchers contributing to this work in the UK.

    Comment by fammorris | September 30, 2021 | Reply


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