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Innolith Develops First EV Battery for a Range up to 1,000 km

Swiss energy technology company Innolith AG announced it was working on a new battery technology that would allow electric cars to travel up to 1,000 km on a single charge. The company claims that the new battery will have many other advantages in addition to this feature, as it will not use...

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SUSI Partners Acquires 50% of Macquarie’s Green Investment Group Portfolio

SUSI Partners, a Swiss-based fund manager, has announced the acquisition of 50% of a portfolio of battery storage systems in Southern California originally developed by AMS. The deal consists of a package of more than 90 lithium-ion systems, which together provide a storage capacity of 340 MWh. With...

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Rice University Develops Environmentally Friendly Method to Recover Precious Metals from Spent Batteries

Researchers at Rice University in Houston, USA, have discovered the effect of a special solvent on the extraction of cobalt from lithium batteries. The chemical compound consists of choline chloride and ethylene glycol extracts more than 90% of cobalt from powdered compounds and could also be used...

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Florida Power & Light Company Plans to Build World's Largest Solar Battery

The American energy company Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) today announced the construction of the world's largest solar-powered battery in Florida, USA. With over 409 MW of capacity, the FPL Manatee Energy Storage Center will be four times stronger than the current largest battery system, save...

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World's First Thermal Battery Introduced in Australia

South Australian battery company CCT Energy Storage today unveiled its Thermal Battery System (TED). The storage system is able to convert and store any form of fed-in energy into heat and release it again as energy at the required time. This process is possible by heating and melting a special...

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