Month: April 2020

8th October 2020 | Silverstone

Edinburgh-based Dukosi to double workforce

Edinburgh-based Dukosi to double workforce Innovative battery technology company launching new programs Edinburgh, UK – 10 February 2020 – Dukosi, the developer of disruptive battery management technology, today announces a new recruitment drive that will see its Edinburgh workforce double. Dukosi is a developer of cutting-edge technologies that transform the way advanced batteries are designed, deployed and…
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28th April 2020 0

Lithium-ion is just the beginning. Here’s a peek at the future of batteries

Soucre: https://www.digitaltrends.com/features/the-future-of-batteries-energy-storage-technology/   By the time Colonel Brett Wilson became base commander at Oahu’s Camp Smith, he’d been deployed in the Gulf and Iraq wars and led numerous defense operations in Kosovo. But the foe he faced at the Hawaiian base was different from any he’d seen on the battlefield as a Marine Corps helicopter pilot.…
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27th April 2020 0

SK Innovation To Supply Electric Car Batteries To BAIC

According to the latest news, SK Innovation was selected by the Beijing Automotive Group (BAIC) as a battery supplier for a new electric car, scheduled for market launch in China in the second half of 2020. The lithium-ion cell  will be produced at SK Innovation’s first plant in Changzhou, China, which has a production capacity of 7.5 GWh annually.…
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22nd April 2020 0

‘Under the Hood’ in Batteries to Push for Next-Gen Performance

Source: https://scitechdaily.com/seeing-under-the-hood-in-batteries-to-push-for-next-gen-performance/ Technique adapted at Berkeley Lab X-ray facility finds growing use for next-gen battery R&D. From next-gen smartphones to longer-range electric cars and an improved power grid, better batteries are driving tech innovation. And to push batteries beyond their present-day performance, researchers want to see “under the hood” to learn how the individual ingredients of…
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20th April 2020 0

New reusable battery to tackle the problem with EV waste

Battery solutions company Aceleron has developed a new recyclable and reusable electric vehicle (EV) battery which is half the weight and four times as powerful as a typical battery.  Transport is the largest source of carbon emissions in the UK, in a bid to combat this, the UK government recently announced that they will ban…
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15th April 2020 0

Engineers develop a new way to remove carbon dioxide from air

A new way of removing carbon dioxide from a stream of air could provide a significant tool in the battle against climate change. The new system can work on the gas at virtually any concentration level, even down to the roughly 400 parts per million currently found in the atmosphere. Source: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/10/191025170815.htm Most methods of removing…
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14th April 2020 0

Li-ion co-inventor patents glass battery that could upturn auto industry

A patent application for a new battery that uses glass as a key component has been submitted by a team headed by John Goodenough, the part winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work as co-inventor of the now ubiquitous lithium-ion battery that is the go-to power source for electric cars and…
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8th April 2020 0

EV battery ‘can be charged in seconds’

Researchers at the University of Uppsala in Sweden have developed a more sustainable electric vehicle (EV) battery that can be charged in a matter of seconds.  The battery uses quinones as the active material which are organic carbon compounds that are plentiful in nature and occur during photosynthesis. According to the researchers, this makes the…
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7th April 2020 0

Ilika launches tiny new solid-state battery for medical devices

Solid-state battery technology company Ilika announced the launch of its ‘Stereax M50’ millimetre-scale solid-state batteries designed for medical implants. The AIM-traded firm said the Stereax M50 took solid-state batteries to “a new level” of miniaturisation, which would enable medical device innovations that had previously been limited by the available battery technology. It explained that the medical technology…
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3rd April 2020 0