Projects by Subject: Energy Efficiency and Energy Storage

To view publications in this area, go to Research Grant Publications on red bar, click, and select Energy Efficiency / Storage.

  1. A Route to Store Off-Peak Energy:  New Hydrogen Storage materials and synthetic Strategy to Optimize Hydrogen Adsorption
    Principal Investigator:  Wonyoung Choe, Chemistry
    PI web page:  No longer at the University of Nebraska
    Abstract: 305 Wonyoung Choe Abstract
  2. Conducting Spinel Materials for Energy Storage Applications
    Principal Investigator,  Xiaoshan Xu:  Physics and Astronomy
    PI web page: Xiaoshan Xu web page
    Abstract:  Xiaoshan Xu Abstract
  3. Design and Development of High-Efficiency, Low-Cost Perovskite Solar Cells
    Principal Investigator:  Jinsong Huang, Mechanical & Materials Engineering
    Co-PIs:  Xiao Zeng, Department of Chemistry, and Yongfeng Lu, Electrical and Computer Engineering
    PI web page:  Jinsong Huang Webpage
    Abstract:  905 Jinsong Huang Abstract
  4. Energy Storage by Supercapacitors Based on Carbon Nano-Onions
    Principal Investigator:  Yongfeng Lu, Electrical Engineering
    PI web page: Yongfeng Lu Web Page
    Abstract:   405 Yongfeng Lu Abstract
  5. Evaluation of Energy Storage Strategies for Integration of Renewable into the Grid
    Principal Investigator: Sohrab Asgarpoor, Electrical Engineering
    PI web page: Sohrab Asgarpoor Web Page
    Abstract: 606 Sohrab Asgarpoor Abstract
  6. Modeling and Simulation of the Effects of Dispersed and Distributed Generation Dynamics on Electric Distribution Networks
    Principal Investigator: Sohrab Asgarpoor, Electrical Engineering
    PI web page: Sohrab Asgarpoor Web Page
    Abstract: 304 Sohrab Asgarpoor Abstract
  7. Passivated Liquid Alloy s Hybrid Anode for membrane-Free, Non-Aqueous Redox Flow Batteries
    Principal Investigator:  Li Tan, Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department
    Co-PIs:  Bai Cui and Florin Bobaru, Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department
    PI web page:  Li Tan Webpage
    Abstract: 20-103 Li Tan Abstract
  8. Storing Renewable Energy for Nebraska and Beyond Using Vanadium Flow Batteries
    Principal Investigator:  Chris Cornelius, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
    Co-PI:  Vitali Alexandrov, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
    PI web page: Chris Cornelius webpage
    Abstract: 20-201 Chris Cornelius Abstract