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Solid-state batteries could play a key role in electric vehicles, promising faster charging, greater range and longer lifespan than conventional lithium-ion batteries. But current manufacturing and materials processing techniques leave solid-state batteries prone to failure.

Fixing a hidden flaw could unlock better batteries for electric vehicles

This student article shows the synergetic effects of a furfuryl polymer coating and subsequent calcination leading to improved electrochemical performance of nickel-rich NMC622.

High-Performance Amorphous Carbon Coated Lithium-Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt-Oxide (NMC622) Cathode Material with Improved Capacity Retention for Lithium-Ion Batteries

Using public electricity and solar panels for the easy and hassle-free charging of Electric Vehicles is an interesting solution to combat the problem of the unavailability of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station from Public Electricity and Solar Panels

EPFL has joined six other Swiss research institutions in CircuBAT, an initiative selected for the first Innosuisse Flagship program, in order to develop a circular business model for lithium-ion batteries.

Electric car batteries could soon get a second lease on life

The BMBF competence cluster for solid-state batteries (FestBatt) is starting the second funding phase - the characterization platform will be continued under the coordination of KIT

FestBatt: The next step in solid-state batteries

New findings by a team led by Penn State researchers suggest potential economic opportunities from the domestic production of critical minerals. The team evaluated cobalt and manganese from the byproducts of mining and metallurgy from past industrial activities.

Battery metals from mine waste: Potential economic benefits for the commonwealth

In the joint project LeMoStore, partners from research and industry are developing a network-integrated solution for a stable power supply with renewable energies under the leadership of KIT

Energy storage: modular system increases flexibility

A 'universal descriptor' will help determine the best chemicals to use, reducing time in the lab — and costs — necessary for the development of new batteries, new research in Vijay Ramani's lab shows

A more efficient way to find a more efficient battery

High-​performance batteries are key to the comprehensive roll-​out of e-​mobility. ETH Pioneer Fellow Paul Baade is looking into how to manufacture them more cost-​effectively.

Batteries for transporting mobility into the future

As researchers consider materials for solid-state batteries, they also may want to consider how those materials could impact large-scale manufacturing.

Designing better batteries for electric vehicles

An MIT study gauges the pace of shifting to battery power.

Electrifying cars and light trucks to meet Paris climate goals

The Battery Innovation Center (BIC), located in Newberry, Indiana, is a collaborative nonprofit that focuses on the rapid development, testing, validation, and commercialization of safe, reliable, and lightweight batteries for commercial and defense customers.

The Battery Innovation Center Uses High-Speed Thermal Imaging for Abusive Battery Testing

Article 4 of the Power Conversion Series. Shunt resistors combined with a current-sense module can deliver highly accurate battery management systems in high-energy applications.

Accurate Measurements using Shunt Resistors and Current Sense Modules in High-Energy Storage Applications

Article 3 of the Power Conversion Series. Battery Management Systems (BMS) monitor essential safety factors in high-energy battery packs.

Selecting Battery Management Systems Transformers for Isolated Communications in High-Voltage Energy Storage

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