Egg-Like Nano-Technology To Improve Lithium-Ion Batteries?
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#1 Jan 12, 2013
"It also keeps about 70 percent of its energy potential even after 1,000 charging and discharging cycles, even though the design hasn't yet been optimized."
The bottom line will be getting the product to market. If it can be migrated to mass manufacturing at a lower cost than current battery technology, then you will have a disruptive force for change in the way people gather, use and store energy. If you coud get this technology retail for $100.00 per KWh of storage, then one could use battery storage for home generated solar and wind energy as well as power one's daily driver with electric.
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