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Hans De Keulenaer

Low cost energy storage with readily available materials - Materials Today - 1 views

  • A group of scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a battery powered by sulfur, air, water and salt – all readily available materials
Colin Bennett

The Lithium-Ion Battery Megafactories Are Coming - 0 views

    I'd agree with the analysis of Transport & Environment: the megafactories will be in Asia which is the content with a culture for mass production. Europe is late on battery manufacturing moreover, does not have a culture of mass production. Therefore, EU should focus on battery systems, not cells.
Colin Bennett

FT Commodities Summit Asia organised by FT Live - 0 views

  • Electric Dreams: The battery revolution and commodity markets

    As leading carmakers move to electrify their fleet and companies like Alphabet and Uber work on self-driving cars, the commodity industry is being forced to grapple with some difficult questions. EV’s have the potential to reduce oil demand considerably, but how fast and how soon remains a subject of fierce debate. Equally, utility scale battery technology could have a devastating impact on the coal industry if it is able to provide storage for renewable energy. In contrast, EV’s could be a boon to the metals industry and materials like copper, lithium and cobalt that are the key elements of the modern battery. Executives from mining, energy and commodity trading will discuss these topics and others.

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