Niobium Tungsten Oxides for High-rate Lithium-ion Energy Storage
01 Jul 2019
Griffith Kent J.
The Charles Hatchett Award is important to identify new applications and markets for Niobium.
Introduced over 40 years ago, The Charles Hatchett Award is a prestigious recognition that aims to identify new applications and markets for Niobium. The award is sponsored by CBMM | Niobium and recognizes the best published research on the science and technology of Niobium. The annual award brings together technical experts worldwide, and a panel of international experts selects the winning paper.
The 2019 Charles Hatchett Award winners’ presentation shows the research approach and mechanism studied of high-rate lithium-ion energy storage and promising battery materials based on Niobium Tungsten Oxide. This material is greatly associated with electrochemical energy storage, meeting the demands of the growing grid-scale renewables market with escalating and shifting energy storage requirements.