Changing How the World Makes
Nano Structure Based Energies

ISE’s mission is to establish its technology as the leading platform for the global production of a new generation of nano solar cell materials. ISE’s technology is applicable to a wide range of nano materials used in solar cells for electric vehicles, energy storage and consumer electronics. Iran Smart Energy has built a demonstration pilot plant and is partnered with global leaders to advance its nano technology for e-mobility and energy storage system applications.

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Nanomaterials are chemical substances or materials with particle sizes between 1 to 100 nanometres in at least one dimension. Due to an increased specific surface area by volume, nanomaterials may have different characteristics compared to the same material without nanoscale features. As a result, the physicochemical properties of nanomaterials may differ from those of bulk substances or particles of a larger size. Many everyday products containing nanomaterials are already on the European market such as batteries, coatings, anti-bacterial clothing, and cosmetics. While nanomaterials may offer technical and commercial opportunities, they may also pose risks to our health and the environment. Just like any other substance on the EU market, it is important to ensure that their uses are properly assessed and that any risks are adequately controlled. Nanotechnology is generating a lot of attention these days and therefore building great expectations not only in the academic community but also among investors, governments, and industry. It's unique capability to fabricate new structures at the atomic scale has already produced novel materials and devices with great potential applications in a wide number of fields. Among them, significant breakthroughs are especially required in the energy sector that will allow us to maintain our increasing appetite for energy, which increases both with the number of people that join the developed economies and with our demand per capita. This needs to be done in a way that includes the environment in the wealth production equation as we gather more evidence of the human impact on the climate, biodiversity, and quality of the air, water, and soil. Most recent advances of nanotechnology to sustainable energy production, storage, and use. Solar, hydrogen, and new-generation batteries and supercapacitors are described as the most significant examples of the contributions of nanotechnology in the energy sector. Our aim review is to present some significant contributions from many research groups who are mainly unconnected and are working from different viewpoints, to find solutions to one of the great challenges of our time, i.e., the production and use of energy, without compromising our environment, from one of the most exciting and multidisciplinary fields, nanotechnology.