Dr. Emanuele Marini

Job Title
Postdoctoral Researcher
ZSW (Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research)

Dr. Emanuele Marini is a distinguished Post-Doc researcher at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg, in the Department of Fuel Cell Fundamentals. He completed both his bachelor's and master's degrees in Materials Science at ETH Zurich, where his master's thesis focused on microrobotics at IBM Rüschlikon. During his doctoral studies, he shifted his research focus to advanced energy storage systems. He specializes in rechargeable alkaline batteries, including Zn-Air, Zn-Ni, and Zn-MnO2, with the aim of enhancing their durability, performance, and sustainability. Dr. Marini has published numerous articles in renowned scientific journals and recently filed a patent application for his innovative work on rechargeable alkaline batteries.

June 14, 2023Harnessing the Power of Seasons: The Role of Rechargeable Zn-MnO² Batteries in Seasonal Energy Storage Zn-MnO2 Batteries in Seasonal Energy Storage


Further Content

Wes Stein, Chief Research Scientist for Solar Technologies at CSIRO

CSP – How Concentrated Solar Power Works

The smarter E Podcast Episode 150 | Language: English

September 14, 2023

With CSP we can achieve high temperatures of 150 - 1500 Celsius to drive power cycles or industrial processes such as cement production or green hydrogen. But how far along is CSP technology? Wes Stein will give us the answer to this and other questions.

Dr. Hamed Beheshti and Ahmad Sandid

How Solar PV Is Helping to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals in Africa

The smarter E Podcast Episode 149 | Language: English

September 7, 2023

Africa has a huge untapped solar potential. The integrated solar water desalination project at Lodwar Hospital in Kenya is a flagship project that contributes to several Sustainable Development Goals.

Market Trends

PV Production: Can Europe Keep Up With the Rest of the World?

September 7, 2023

Even though the European Solar PV Industry Alliance is predicting that its own annual production capacity goal of 30 gigawatts (GW) will actually be exceeded by 2025, there’s still no guarantee that Europe will be able to catch back up with the international competition and secure a leading position again when it comes to PV production.

Markus Emmert and Prof. Dr. Michael Powalla

AWARDs Special: These Innovations are Driving the Emobility and Solar Industries

The smarter E Podcast Episode 135 | Language: German

June 1, 2023

Markus Emmert, Chairman of the Bundesverband eMobilität and Prof. Dr. Michael Powalla, Member of the Board of the Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg ZSW.

Press Release

Sunny Renaissance: Intersolar Europe 2023 Presents Extensive Accompanying Program and Focus Topics

May 16, 2023

A sunny outlook for the European solar industry: With 41.4 gigawatts (GW) of newly installed capacity in 2022, the growth of the European market was 47 percent above the previous year.

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