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Hyundai building 150 MW energy storage battery in South Korea

Ulsan - Hyundai Electric, a spinoff move by shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries, has announced it will build and install a 150 Megawatt storage battery near Ulsan on the southeast coast of South Korea.

New battery technologies getting venture investors charged up

For the past two decades, venture investors have embraced clean energy technologies. Now, with the search for better battery technologies, these same investors are turning to battery businesses.

Hydrogen power storage development gaining impetus

The global demand for hydrogen storage materials and technologies is growing by leaps and bounds. A number of global energy companies are investing in hydrogen power storage as an optimal choice over lithium-ion batteries.

Next electric cars could use sand-based batteries

Riverside - The next generation of electric vehicles (EVs) may run on a new lithium ion battery made from beach sand, according to new research at the University of California, Riverside.
 

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Tesla s gigafactory in Sparks  Nevada is just a three hour drive from Clayton Valley. Elon Musk sign...
Tesla's gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada is just a three hour drive from Clayton Valley. Elon Musk signed a contract to buy lithium fromPure Energy Minerals Ltd. in 2015.
Tesla
World’s first rechargeable proton battery requires zero lithium
World’s first rechargeable proton battery requires zero lithium
RMIT University
Professor John Andrews (centre) with the RMIT team that conducted the latest proton battery experime...
Professor John Andrews (centre) with the RMIT team that conducted the latest proton battery experiments: Dr Shahin Heidari (left) and Saeed Seif Mohammadi (PhD researcher, right). Not pictured: Dr Amandeep Singh Oberoi (now at Thapar University Patiala, India).
RMIT University
A lithium-ion battery cell  is subjected to heat abuse. This causes the cap of the battery to blow o...
A lithium-ion battery cell, is subjected to heat abuse. This causes the cap of the battery to blow off, followed by its structural destabilisation.
Shearing et al., Nature Communications
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CC: Public Domain
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