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Today's mass consumers rely heavily on energy technology and its development. Currently, the three critical energy-related technologies are smart electronic products, electric vehicles, and smart grids. Smart electronic products rely on batteries with limited capacity and need to use wired connections to charge electronic devices frequently. Solar energy or photovoltaics provide possible convenience for battery charging because the energy density of solar energy can reach 100 mW cm -2 under outdoor sunlight. Another thriving market is the electric vehicle industry. Although electric vehicles do not produce carbon emissions, most of the electricity used by vehicles comes from fossil fuel-driven grids. Unless the power used by vehicles comes from renewable energy sources, the sustainability of electric vehicles is of little significance. Also, the distribution of charging stations limits its practical application. Distributed power generation, like photovoltaic power generation, is the most suitable charging method for electric vehicles. Another perspective is the power grid. The form of renewable energy is steadily expanding. The biggest problem with the use of photovoltaic electricity is the lack of sunlight at night or cloudy days, resulting in intermittent power supply during use. This intermittency will lead to power fluctuation output, which is a crucial issue for grid applications. Therefore, power companies limit the power of integrating photovoltaic power into the grid. As a result, the potential of photovoltaic power generation not fully utilized. Energy storage batteries can solve these problems. It can be charged during the day and discharged at night, which provides the possibility of connecting photovoltaic power generation to the grid.