There is a tremendous trend in supercapacitor research for the replacement of rechargeable batteries. Next generation hybrid/pseudo supercapacitors offers a unique working mechanism of storing charges for energy technologies in particular nanotechnology. It is well known challenge that supercapacitors have a higher energy density than conventional capacitors, but a lower energy density than the batteries. We aim to synthesize intelligent way of electrodes and electrolytes and aim to design in a smart way of gaining both high energy and power density. Another aim is to minimize the size of such storage devices for energy supply mechanism of microdevices. This is an essential requirement for the production of powerful and functional energy-storage microdevices into a chip for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Extensive properties of SUPERBATs can fulfil such needs. Such ultimate goal is one of the tasks of the research center EFSUN.