Researchers at Stanford University have found a way to incorporate fire-extinguishing materials into lithium-ion batteries.
Samsung DI has introduced a high-energy density battery cell of the next generation that is claimed to have a driving range of up to 600km.
Tesla has begun mass production of lithium-ion battery cells in its Gigafactory, which once at full capacity is expected to produce almost as many battery cells as the rest of the world combined.
The international trade association for suppliers of broadcast and media technology (IABM) has given its International Award for Excellence in Sustainability to Broadcast Australia for installing a solar battery solution designed and delivered by Photon Energy.
A researcher from the Technical University of Munich has developed a battery test cell that can investigate anionic and cationic investigations separately, which has led to new insight into the workings of lithium-ion batteries.
Emerging strategic metals company TNG has signed a key Memorandum of Understanding with Sumitomo Electric Industries and Energy Made Clean to collaborate on the promotion, development and growth of Australia’s Vanadium Redox Flow Battery (VRF) market.
Engineers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany have developed a new concept for current and voltage sensors for batteries that could be used in electric vehicles (EV).
Engineering company Instrumental has uncovered the cause of Samsung’s exploding Galaxy Note 7 batteries.
Faced with the rise of renewable energy and limits on carbon pollution, The Conversation has asked experts what kind of future awaits the grid.
General Electric (GE) and Southern California Edison (SCE) have announced a plan to install the world’s first battery storage and gas turbine hybrid system.
Engineers have developed a bio-manufacturing process that uses a biological organism cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the carbon-based materials needed to make energy storage cells.
REDARC has announced the release of the Battery Master Isolation Switch (BMIS) to the market for commercial vehicles and other heavy trucks, developed and manufactured in its Adelaide-based facility.
In light of the Aliso Canyon gas leak last year (which is considered the most damaging gas leak in US history), the facility has closed and Tesla has instead been charged to provide an electric energy system for Los Angeles.
Researchers have designed a thin plastic membrane that stops rechargeable batteries from discharging when not in use and allows for rapid recharging.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a lithium-ion battery made entirely of solid material; it contains neither liquids nor gels. The battery cannot ignite, even at very high temperatures, giving it a safety advantage over conventional batteries.
Scientists at Iowa State University have created a self-destructing battery for use in transient devices.
The Battery Series is a five-part infographic series that explores what investors need to know about modern battery technology, including raw material supply, demand, and future applications.
Redflow will demonstrate the new Internet-enabled Battery Management System (BMS) for its batteries at the Australian Energy Storage Exhibition in Sydney on June 1-2.
Demand for lithium will continue to grow strongly, according to Lithium Australia, driven by an increased need for battery storage.
US-based Enphase Energy has announced that South Australian electricity distribution network, SA Power Networks, will work with the company to conduct distributed residential energy storage trials for the Enphase Storage System.