Chinese company CATL says it has new battery technology that lasts up to 2 million kilometers and 16 years—and it’s ready to manufacture the batteries on demand. The battery could power a car for 50 trips around the world.
This quantum battery is a tiny, nano-size battery meant to be used for applications on the nano scale but the research provides a theoretical demonstration that creating a loss-free quantum battery is possible.
Imagine not having to charge your phone or laptop for weeks. Fluoride-based batteries have the potential to last up to eight times longer than those in use today.
British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta is building the world’s biggest battery in South Australia to rival Elon Musk’s battery project.
Researchers have fused living and non-living cells for the first time in a way that allows them to work together, paving the way for new applications.
Scientists led by RMIT University have created a working rechargeable proton battery, a world first.
The findings could aid engineers in developing technology suited to withstand the coldest reaches of outer space or the most frigid regions on Earth.
Fuelium is developing paper-based batteries designed for disposable diagnostic devices.
The plans, the prototypes, the power-pumping: These batteries are hints of the future.
A grid powered 100% by solar and wind won’t work with the current state of energy storage. The batteries to store that energy will need to get much better, and fast.