Battery Tech

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The Future of the Lithium-ion Battery

How can energy densities of traction batteries be further increased? Some misunderstandings and misinterpretations can be seen in the answers and various arguments. But exactly this field of tension is ideally suited to sound out the directions of future cell research and to better assess todayโ€™s battery systems and cell technologies. However the

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New Battery Tech - Solving Energy challenges of the future of cities

The battery value chain is also seen as a major economic opportunity โ€” the global market is expected to reach $90 billion in the next decade. Rechargeable batteries are an integral component of energy-storage systems for electric vehicles and for grid storage (for example, for backup power during a power outage, as part of a microgrid, etc.). Man

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Three battery technologies that could power the future

The continuum of battery technology development has been varying from stagnant periods to significant breakthroughs, in an almost unpredictable fashion. The inception of the idea about a battery charged-electric vehicle is indeed as old as the motor car itself. The trend has been consistently directing away from heavy and acid batteries to compact,

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Future of Battery technology - is it Solid?

How would it sound, if electric cars with current size battery packs could double the operating range, resulting 900-1000 kilometres range? Or, reducing the battery pack weight by 250 kilograms, but preserving the original electrical capacity? That would have a great effect on the vehicle economy - bearing in mind, that total weight reduction would

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