Kore Power plans to bring its KOREPlex manufacturing facility to Maricopa County, Arizona, marking one of the first lithium-ion battery manufacturing facilities wholly owned by a U.S. company.
Researchers have been keen to make the technology work as it offers a cheaper, more environmentally friendly alternative to lithium-ion products.
It’s a breakthrough so simple that the Australian patent office needed convincing it counted as an invention.
Also on the rise: Developers scrap an 850 MW solar project after local objection, Rivian plans a second EV plant in the U.S., Ohio regulators consider another 470 MW of solar, and more.
The Amazon-backed automaker is exploring U.S. locations to produce its electric truck and battery cells.
The battery operates at 230 degrees Fahrenheit, opening what researchers said could be “a whole cascading cost savings” including everything from less expensive materials to less insulation.
The system can be expanded to a capacity of up to 25 kW, and its creator is using a Kickstarter platform to raise R&D money.
Sax Power has developed a new residential battery which it describes as a game-changer in the battery technology.
The first startup to reach the 40 Amp-hour benchmark for a solid-state cell has now achieved a breakthrough capacity retention rate of 97.3% after 675 cycles.
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