Chalmers University of Technology says it has developed a material that serves as a good battery and construction material at the same time for such things as electric cars or bicycles.
The spin off from TNO, LionVolt BV, has promised a 3D solid-state thin film battery that is lighter, safer and more efficient than current lithium batteries.
The Finnish energy group wants to create a recycling cluster for batteries used in electric cars in Harjavalta.
The Dutch company SALD expects to be able to provide batteries with an ultra-thin layer that makes batteries three times more powerful by 2022 or 2023 at the earliest.
German researchers have succeeded in gaining a more precise understanding of processes in solid-state batteries which have lithium as the negative terminal and copper sulfide as the positive terminal.
Every week we provide a follow-up to our best read stories. This week we are taking a look at what the battery of the future will be like.
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Father of the lithium-ion battery wins the European Inventor Award 2019 in the non-European country category
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