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Baverstam Newsletter Summary: Volume 17, Issue 3


Materials and Technologies for Energy Storage and Generation VII

This newsletter follows the latest developments in Materials and Technologies for Energy Storage and Power Generation. We will look at new research findings that aim on improving Lithium-ion batteries as well as talking a look at alternatives and their developments. Some are deviating from battery technology and investigating technologies that have a greater potential, such as supercapacitors. The vision from the research being done on these new alternatives to conventional batteries lies on the hope of a long-lasting battery. Of course, the obstacles to making this idea come true are to fill safety and environmental impact requirements, as well as to use a rechargeable fuel source. Nevertheless, the industry is ever closer to overcoming these obstacles with recent breakthroughs in alternatives to conventional batteries.




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