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26th March 2020 | Silverstone

V2G project launched at London’s Islington Town Hall by Honda and Moixa

UK based energy storage company Moixa, together with automotive giant Honda, has launched a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) project at one of London’s famous Town Halls that will help to provide constraint management for the building, as well as facilitate a switch to electric vehicles. They have installed five bidirectional V2G chargers at Islington Town Hall, North…
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23rd January 2020 0

Spacewalking astronauts wrap up battery improvements

Spacewalking astronauts have successfully wrapped up battery improvements outside the International Space Station. A pair of spacewalking astronauts successfully wrapped up battery improvements outside the International Space Station on Monday, completing a job begun last fall. NASA’s Jessica Meir and Christina Koch installed the last new battery in a set of six launched to the…
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22nd January 2020 0

Batteries Aren’t Just For Passenger Electric Cars Anymore

The concept and technology are present and exciting. Now, we just need adoption to set in. There are very few parallels between the EV market and the blossoming electric heavy-duty equipment market. But one that stands out is adoption. Just like the automotive market, electric ZEV heavy-duty equipment faces some big hurdles before it can…
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21st January 2020 0

Samsung’s XCover Pro Brings Back The Removable Battery

Samsung’s new mid-range Galaxy XCover Pro has one interesting feature we haven’t seen in a smartphone for a while: a removable battery. On first look, the Xcover appears to be a region-specific phone that’s based around ruggedness and practicality – with a display that works when wet (or with gloves) and can survive a 1.5-meter…
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17th January 2020 0

Researchers develop Li-S battery that could enable an EV to drive more than 1,000km on a single charge

Imagine having access to a battery, which has the potential to power your phone for five continuous days, or enable an electric vehicle to drive more than 1000km without needing to “refuel”. Monash University researchers are on the brink of commercialising the world’s most efficient lithium-sulphur (Li-S) battery, which could outperform current market leaders by…
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16th January 2020 0

Green Principles For EV Sustainability

As electrification begins to spread across the transportation sector, the way in which battery systems are developed, manufactured, used, and recycled has a significant effect on the scale of their environmental impact. Growth from just a few percent today to more than 40% of the new vehicle market within the next 10-20 years means that…
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15th January 2020 0

Solid state batteries could change the seascape for deep-sea mining

In 1980, Dr John B. Goodenough unravelled the electrochemical reactions that would give birth to one of the single most important inventions of the 20th century: the lithium-ion battery. The first commercially viable rechargeable lithium-ion batteries were soon being produced by Dr Akira Yoshino at Sony. Without these tiny cells’ immense potential to store and…
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14th January 2020 0

Forget electric cars — e-bikes will be the top selling EV in the next decade

The next decade is going to be defined by a revolution of battery-powered transportation, and the vehicle that will lead the charge won’t be the Tesla Model 3 or even the wildly polarizing Cybertruck. And it definitely won’t be an electric scooter. It will be an electric bike. For years, electric bikes were relegated to…
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13th January 2020 0

Vehicle batteries provide new energy for households

Volvo Buses is now giving a second life to batteries from electric buses. In unique cooperation with Stena Property and Stena Recycling’s subsidiary BatteryLoop, bus batteries are used for energy storage and as an energy source in Gothenburg’s Fyrklövern residential complex. The project is a step towards a circular economy in electromobility creating new commercial…
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10th January 2020 0

Carlsbad’s Amionx inks licensing deal with Stanley Black & Decker for safe battery technology

Amionx’s SafeCore acts as a circuit breaker to prevent fires and explosions in lithium-ion batteries Amionx, a Carlsbad company that has developed technology to make batteries safer, has entered into a patent licensing agreement with power tool maker Stanley Black & Decker. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. But it is the first publicly…
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9th January 2020 0