The growing demand for lithium-ion batteries puts pressure on the industry to improve all steps in the product chain, including the heating processes.
Researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed a carbonization method for converting waste paper into pure carbon, which could be used in lithium-ion batteries.
Royal Air Force Typhoons will be powered up by 40 new electric battery ground power units following a recent trial conducted with BAE Systems on a Typhoon Squadron.
A discovery by MIT researchers could finally unlock the door to the design of a new kind of rechargeable lithium battery that is more lightweight, compact, and safe than current versions, and that has been pursued by labs around the world for years.
Recently, LiNa Energy – a sustainable start-up company from Lancaster, UK, has successfully proven the potential of its sodium technology for use in battery energy storage systems which marks a breakthrough for next-gen, lithium-free batteries.
Echandia has been chosen to supply energy storage solutions for two new fully electrified vessels for Molslinjen. The two new ferries will operate Alslinjen and Samsølinjen starting in 2024. The battery systems will have a total capacity of around 7 MWh.
Diesel-fueled freight trucks play an outsized role in producing India's total greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions.
Researchers from Oregon State University are leading the development of a new, high-energy-density battery that uses sustainable materials and elements and reduces dependence on rare earth elements.
A new approach has been designed by scientists at Stanford University to make lithium-ion battery packs last for a longer time and suffer less worsening from rapid charging.
For the last few decades, battery research has largely focused on rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, which are used in everything from electric cars to portable electronics and have improved dramatically in terms of affordability and capacity.