Demand for energy storage is increasing – both in Australia and around the world. But issues with the production of lithium-ion batteries mean the search is on for alternatives.
Last week in SA the "world's largest" lithium ion battery was launched. Will its storage capacity and versatility be a game-changer for Australia's energy market?
The UK is about to miss an opportunity if it tries to take on the giants of the lithium-ion battery industry.
High energy, high power and endless life cycles: not all batteries are created equal.
We need to think about the raw materials of batteries -- where they come from and their environmental cost.
Emerging industries, from energy storage to electric cars, will need longer lasting batteries. Watching batteries in action will help us build them.
They used to be boring. Now they're little arsonists.
Hundreds of thousands of battery fires in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets is a red hot opportunity to better understand what went wrong.
Alternative technologies are already leaving Tesla's batteries in the slow lane.
We already have them in many sizes – but we're still looking for a battery to store truly large amounts of energy.
Lithium-air batteries demonstrate 90% efficiency in the lab, enough for commercial use. Perhaps the battery breakthrough we've been waiting for is here.
Something is needed to give the stalwart lithium-ion battery a boost for our increasingly power hungry mobile devices.
Everyone wants a better battery for longer run-time on electronics and driving range for EVs. What's the most likely successor to today's lithium-ion batteries?
There are a few simple things you can to do maximise the lifetime of your batteries so they don't need to be replaced as often.