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The new “plug-and-play” biobattery developed by researchers at Binghamton University State University of New York, has proven its worth – with the team revealing it can last for weeks at a time.
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Correlation of electrolyte properties, gas formation and heat generation by electrochemical-calorimetric methods
Dr Carlos Ziebert, leader of the group Batteries – Calorimetry and Safety, KIT, explains how electrochemical-calorimetric methods help to establish relevant correlations for improved batteries.
Dave Howell, U.S. Department of Energy’s Principal Deputy Director of the Manufacturing and Energy Supply Chains Office and Director of the Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) highlights EV battery research for transportation Transportation accounts for approximately 30% of U.S. energy needs and generates the largest share of the country’s greenhouse gas...
An Imperial College London graduate, Jiajun Cen, won a €2.5 million grant from the European Innovation Council to develop a saltwater battery.
The draft legislation on battery regulation says electronic waste management is critical to a sustainable, circular economy in the EU.
Dr Zisis Kozlakidis & Prof Olivier Vandenberg, describe the challenges of clinical microbiology in resource-restricted settings
Finding sustainable battery materials to keep Europe’s electrification clean, its conscience clear and its energy transition on track.
Researchers have found a way to revitalise rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially improving the capacity of next generation batteries.
Funded by the U.S National Science Foundation scientists have developed a more environmentally and socially conscious substance for batteries.
Dr Alistair Davidson, Consortium for Battery Innovation, explains that research into advanced batteries will make the clean energy transition a reality.
Shaun White, Technical Project Manager of the Current Direct project, tells us what we need to know about how this research & innovation project will revolutionise how we move goods & people by water.
Here, Dr Carlos Ziebert, head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, explains how the safety of batteries in electric vehicles links to the EU’s new ‘Fit for 55’ policy push.
The Batteries European Partnership Association (BEPA) and the European Commission signed the document that launches BATT4EU, which aims for sustainability with an investment of €925 million.
Dr Carlos Ziebert, head of IAM-AWP’s Calorimeter Center, KIT, explains how the safety of batteries for electric cars can be increased by research using battery calorimeters.
European Commission Spokesperson for Internal Market, Defence Industry, Space, Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, Sonya Gospodinova, tells us what we need to know about sustainable battery production in Europe.
Lars Carlstrom, founder and CEO of Italvolt, highlights the importance of EU Green Week and why the automotive industry must acknowledge that the location of gigafactories have a bearing on the wider ecosystem.
Dr Alistair Davidson, Director of Consortium for Battery Innovation, states that now is truly the age of the battery.
Bo Normark, Industrial Strategy Executive, EIT InnoEnergy ponders if Europe has the tools it needs to quit importing batteries.
Supplies of critical minerals essential for key clean energy technologies like electric vehicles and wind turbines, will need to increase significantly over the coming decades to meet the world’s climate goals.
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