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Direct implications for potential battery performance and lifetime
Skoltech researchers and their colleagues have shown that LATP, a solid electrolytes considered for use in next-generation energy storage, is highly sensitive to water, which has direct implications for potential battery performance and lifetime. Although renewable energy sources attract much ...
Batteries for stationary storage of electricity from renewable energy sources
JenaBatteries GmbH and BASF are cooperating in the production of an electrolyte for a battery technology that is particularly suitable for stationary storage of electricity from renewable energy sources and for stabilizing conventional transmission grids. JenaBatteries, which has developed this ...
Chemists advance sustainable battery technology
Utah State University chemists' efforts to develop alternative battery technology solutions are advancing. Tianbiao Liu, assistant professor in USU's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and his team reported a new molecular design for aqueous organic redox flow batteries, known as ...
Project partners keep costs of eight cents per kWh saved electricity for possible
The CMBlu project AG intends to develop cost-effective and sustainable organic electrolytes with five partners from lignin for redox flow batteries. These batteries is ideal especially for stationary storage of wind and solar power. A pulp mill delivers lignin sulphonates, incurred in the ...
Researchers at ETH Zurich and IBM Research Zurich have built a tiny redox flow battery. This means that future computer chip stacks -- in which individual chips are stacked like pancakes to save space and energy -- could be supplied with electrical power and cooled at the same time by such ...
Because the sun doesn't always shine, solar utilities need a way to store extra charge for a rainy day. The same goes for wind power facilities, since the wind doesn't always blow. To take full advantage of renewable energy, electrical grids need large batteries that can store the power coming ...
Could a glow-in-the-dark dye be the next advancement in energy storage technology? Scientists at the University at Buffalo think so. They have identified a fluorescent dye called BODIPY as an ideal material for stockpiling energy in rechargeable, liquid-based batteries that could one day power ...