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Yunasko has joined the Horizon-2020 projects

In 2019 Yunasko, as an industrial partner, entered two European Horizon-2020 projects that started recently: TEESMAT (ID: 814106) and ASTRABAT (ID: 875029). The first project is dedicated to studying the ageing processes in Li-ion batteries and hybrid devices. The second one is aimed at developing all-solid-state Li-ion batteries with large energy density. Both projects are backed by the research power of the best European universities and SME’s.

Yunasko participated in 2018 Inner Mongolia International Energy Conference in Ordos city, China

Yunasko was invited to participate in 2018 Inner Mongolia International Energy Conference organised by World Energy Forum in Ordos city, China. The conference was featuring three Nobel Prize laureates in physics including Konstantin Novosyolov, co-inventor of graphene material.

Yunasko's CEO, Vadym Utkin presented Yunasko solution for improving the power performance and safety of the battery technology, namely external combination with ultracapacitors and internal hybridization of ultracapacitor and Li-ion battery technologies enabling to reach energy density over 35 Wh/kg and specific power up to 4 kW/kg over 30’000 cycles 100% DOD.

Yunasko's new business development manager, Sergii Tychyna disclosed results of a new Yunasko project partnering with Reakiro S.R.L. The project is focused on synthesis of graphene-like materials from natural sources followed by their use in ultracapacitor electrodes. The ultracapacitor performance obtained for natural graphene produced by proprietary technology exceeds that obtained for synthetic graphene materials received from various producers. The new material enables to increase power and energy performance of ultracapacitors by over 30% with significant cost reduction in comparison with commercially available activated carbons.

For more details please refer to the presentations from the conference here and here.


YUNASKO supercapacitors unload fuel cells in Australian drones

University of Sydney has completed the tests of a hybrid energy storage system combining the hydrogen fuel cells, batteries and YUNASKO supercapacitors for unmanned aircraft.

Yunasko has developed special light-weight 25V / 7F supercapacitor modules for the flight testing.

According to the feedback provided by the researchers: "The new results show that the supercapacitor improves the dynamic response of the overall propulsion system and also provides load smoothing for increased fuel-cell life"

More information can be found in the official press release by the University of Sydney here: https://sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2018/03/12/hydrogen-powered-drones-take-flight-in-sydney.html

Video with the project presentation and flight test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG9TjBzEN-8