US researchers have lowered the risk of a lithium-ion battery failing during a car accident by adding slits as perforations along the electrodes.
With the help of a $3.45 million CRC-P grant, Australian researchers are partnering with industry to commercialise batteries based on graphene oxide (GO).
Seeking to satisfy the growing demand for light, powerful and long-lasting batteries, Swiss researchers have developed an initial prototype of a solid sodium battery with the potential to store extra energy.
Gone in 60 seconds: five ways next-gen ultrafast-charging EV batteries are about to change everything27 November, 2017 by Robert A Rango, President and CEO, Enevate Corp*
A big change is on the horizon: a new generation of batteries for electric vehicles that can get a significant charge in five minutes.
HD-Energy technology for electric vehicles (EVs), from lithium-ion battery technology manufacturer Enevate, features fast charging in only five minutes with high-energy density and long driving range up to 390 km — or 80 km with a 60-second charge.
Californian scientists have reported major progress in the development of cathodes made with so-called 'disordered' materials, which could lead to a promising new type of lithium-ion battery.
US researchers have sent out their assurance that the key materials that make up lithium-ion batteries are likely to have sufficient supply to meet the anticipated long-term demand — so long as we start planning now.
US scientists have created what they describe as an 'air-breathing battery' — powered by sulfur, air, water and salt — that can store twice as much energy as a lead-acid battery.
RECOM has developed two isolated 1 W DC/DC converter series, RP-xx06S and RxxP06S, offering an output voltage of 6 V.
Developers of multicell, USB Type-C products that need high current, dual input and I²C support now have a flexible option with the MAX77756 24 V, 500 mA, low quiescent current (Iq) buck converter from Maxim Integrated.
US researchers have developed a lithium-ion battery that uses a water-salt solution as its electrolyte, without the fire and explosive risks associated with some commercially available non-aqueous lithium-ion batteries.
LG Chem has introduced the RESU series to the Australian market, offering users high- and low-voltage battery options that give home owners the ability to self-consume solar-generated energy throughout peak electricity times after sunset.