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Battery Components Made of Packing Peanuts

Engineering inspiration can strike when you least expect it. When researchers at Purdue University...

New Imaging Shows why Solid-State Batteries Degrade

There is great potential for solid-state batteries to be a new lightweight, long-lasting power...

Coming to Homes Soon: Tesla Batteries

Tesla executives announced they are just a few months away from unveiling a stationary...

Lithium-Sulfur Batteries are Light, Cheap and Powerful

Lithium-sulfur batteries have the potential to store up to five times the energy per...

Reversible Ammonia Batteries Convert Waste Heat to Electricity

A research team from Penn State is developing a method to harvest low-grade heat as electricity using reversible ammonia batteries.
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Researchers Pack Millions of Nanopores Together to Make a Battery

University of Maryland researchers have created single, tiny structures that when packed tightly together...

New World Record Set for Manufacturing Battery Electrodes

A team of scientists from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) has developed a...

Breakthrough in Battery Technology Makes Batteries Charge Faster and Last Longer

Researchers improved existing lithium-ion technology to develop the next generation lithium-ion battery that can...

Greensmith on Track to Integrate 4 New Battery Types in 2014 for Over 23mW of Energy Storage

Greensmith, a leader in grid-scale energy storage technologies announced it is on track to...

World’s First Solar Battery Developed

Researchers at The Ohio State University have created a hybrid device that combines a...
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