Electrochemical energy conversion

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Electrochemical energy conversion is a field of energy technology concerned with Electrochemical methods of energy conversion including fuel cells and photoelectrochemical. This field of technology also includes electrical storage devices like batteries and supercapacitors . It is increasingly important in context of automotive propulsion systems.[1] There has been the creation of more powerful, longer running batteries allowing longer run times for electric vehicles.[2] These systems would include the energy conversion fuel cells and photoelectrochemical mentioned above.

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  1. ^ Washington University
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