Microfluidizer® Technology for High Performance Energy Storage Systems 

Application Note

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In recent years, energy storage demand has surged. Energy storage helps to create less expensive, more reliable electrical systems that produce a smaller carbon footprint1 and has been widely adopted in various transportational and infrastructural applications2.

Commonly used energy storage devices include batteries, capacitors and fuel cells:

  • Batteries are the most familiar and lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) have become the dominant storage technology.
  • Capacitors have less energy density compared to batteries but can charge and discharge rapidly and repeatedly without losing the ability to hold the charge.
  • Fuel cells, although produce electricity similarly to batteries through chemical reactions, generate power by converting available fuel (most commonly hydrogen) instead of using stored energy.

In this Application Note we also look at how Microfluidizer® Technology plays a vital role in producing high performance energy storage systems.



1. Energy Storage Important to Creating Affordable, Reliable, Deeply Decarbonized Electricity Systems. MIT News, 16 May 2022

2. https://www.ballard.com/market

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