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The “revolutionary” material graphene used to produce batteries that charge significantly faster than lithium-ion batteries

The “revolutionary” material graphene used to produce batteries that charge significantly faster than lithium-ion batteries

There is growing excitement about a new battery using graphene that can charge 12-times faster than current lithium-ion batteries. Anthony Cuthbertson explains in an article on The Independent website. Graphene battery charges in just five minutes Billions of pounds have been poured into research of the “revolutionary” material graphene, though few real-world applications have so … Continue reading

Role of batteries in the energy transition

Role of batteries in the energy transition

The opening sentence of this article by John Campion, writing on The Hill website, is quite revealing: “It is an exciting time to be involved in energy innovation.” And it is. You should enjoy this article on the energy transition and the exciting times we live in.   Battery technology will define the future of … Continue reading

The energy storage revolution is underway

The energy storage revolution is underway

It is encouraging to see the progress that is being made in energy storage. Don Pittis writes on the CBC website about recent developments in Canada.   The wait is over. The battery revolution is here On an industrial site in Toronto’s Port Lands, not far from Google’s planned new urban experiment, are two warehouse-sized … Continue reading