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Federal agencies can now buy Beam’s stand-alone solar EV chargers from the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule contract.
Focusing on the particle size of electrode materials, researchers have come up with a fast-charging device that could potentially charge an EV battery up to 90 percent in six minutes.
Vanillin, used as a flavor compound, forms the basis for a liquid electrolyte for redox flow battery, which scientists believe is key to generating the type of energy storage needed to sustainably add renewable energy to the power grid.
Design News spoke with Jenny McCall, Event Director of The Battery Show & EV Tech Digital Days, who shared details on what attendees can expect; made session recommendations; and offered suggestions on how to prepare for the plethora of virtual networking opportunities that could lead to the next breakthrough advancement.
Researchers can predict the true condition of a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in real-time, gleaning new insights into performance parameters, and paving the way for smarter design.
Researchers at UC San Diego may have found a solution that enables lithium-ion batteries to be safely recharged within minutes for thousands of cycles.
Current lithium-ion battery designs pose well-documented limitations and challenges so researchers are looking for ways to improve these energy-storage devices.
Scientists have created electrolytes that can suppress growth in lithium-metal batteries, which require less recharging and can store more energy.
Bentley Motors' OCTOPUS project is targeting the development of electric motors for future EVs like the EXP 100 GT that won't need copper or rare earth metals.
Focus on charging plugs, charging stations, wall boxes, and inductive charging systems, with transfer of know-how from E&E and automotive applications.