Winston Global Energy Research Center

Winston Chung Global Energy Center

Established in 2010 at the Bourns School of Engineering of the University of California, U.S., Winston Global Energy Research Center has researched water-based lithium energy storage materials all year round and carried out research and practice of rechargeable battery oxygen reaction according to the “life-source principle”, which invented by Winston Chung.

Several chemical experts and professors are divided into two groups dedicated to water-based lithium-ion batteries for follow-up research. Its purpose is to research & develop water-based lithium-sulfur energy storage batteries, mobile water-based lithium-sulfur power batteries and hydrogen energy pure electric powertrains, as well as to keep ahead of the technology, leading the technology revolution to the lithium-ion battery and hydrogen energy technology. In the meantime, to probe the development and utilization of biochemistry technology, clean energy, electricity storage and sustainable transportation energy.

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lifepo4 technology

Current topics are:

1. To study the performance and life of ordinary graphene sheet carbon material at the optimum temperature of the thickness of a single atom;

2. Study nanostructure electrodes to improve the performance of lithium-ion batteries;

3. Study the lithium iron phosphate nanowire as cathode material to improve the capacity and power density of lithium micro-battery;

4. Study lithium-ion batteries of new electrical storage materials;

5. Study carbon nanotubes, graphite conforming materials and loading rare earth oxides of long-empty carbon sheets as electrode materials;

6. Research and development of bionic rare earth silicon quantum high-energy density lithium-ion battery performance and so on.

Thunder Sky Winston R&D Center

thunder sky winston R&D centre

THUNDER SKY WINSTON Research and Development Center was established in 2018 in Changtai Industrial Zone, Zhangzhou City, Fujian Province. Based on the company’s deep accumulation in the clean production technology of energy storage LiFePO4 batteries, the centre actively integrates the advantages of domestic & foreign technical resources to share advantageous resources. The centre has built an R&D centre or laboratory with the University of California at Riverside, Tsinghua University, Xiamen Institute of Technology and other universities. Researchers work with each other closely to fully use the advantages of human resources, advanced analytical testing equipment and market and to achieve material development, battery design, battery technology, battery evaluation, user needs and other integrated research strategies.

The Center will further incorporate the advantages of resources in the future, meanwhile strengthening cooperation with domestic & foreign universities and advancing professional teamwork of research institutions. Moreover, we will continue to study deeply in the field of new material development, advanced equipment preparation & battery technology, and clean energy applications to cultivate a competitive research and development team actively to support industrial service resources. We will eventually build the R&D centre into a new research and development institution with a project incubation function and continuous industrial serviceability to provide intellectual support for expanding local, new energy industry clusters.

Advanced battery materials research

According to the technical development trend of batteries, based on the judgment of the market application scenario, the center will continue to strengthen the research and development of new battery materials, focusing on water-based lithium-yttrium battery materials (including but not limited to nano-phosphate positive materials, high-capacity alloy negative materials, graphene composite nano-high-power electrode materials and other new positive and negative materials), high-performance diaphragm materials, high-performance electrolyte materials, new functional polymer materials; New batteries such as lithium-sulfur batteries, solid-state battery key materials preparation technology.