A planned battery project in Essex will be ten times larger than the UK's current biggest battery.
Companies can't verify that their source didn't involve artisanal mining. A discussion over responsible sourcing strategies and practices is needed.
It's a big-engineering solution that costs twice as much the equivalent amount of batteries.
Batteries power much of modern life, from electric and hybrid cars to computers, medical devices and cellphones. But unless they're made easier and cheaper to recycle, a battery waste crisis looms.
Grid-scale batteries could be at least double the cost of those in electric vehicles.
EVs will have lower sticker prices than gas vehicles when batteries are cheaper. Getting there comes down to knowing where to cut costs.
A new technology for rechargeable batteries overcomes many of the problems with the ones we use today.
Small regional flights will soon start going electric but batteries are unlikely to ever fully power large airliners.
The future of zero-carbon transport starts today. First stop, Britain's railways.
Long before Apple vs. Microsoft or Facebook vs. Google, there was Edison vs. Westinghouse.
Nobel Prizes in science are usually given for revolutionary ideas that change our perception of the universe. But this year's chemistry prize was awarded to inventors of a revolutionary device.
M. Stanley Whittingham, John B. Goodenough and Akira Yoshino made the batteries in our pockets possible.
A battery's power comes from a chemical reaction that happens inside the cell.
More than a century since humans learned to fly, we need to revolutionise how we stay up there.
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry rewarded crucial advances in these small, powerful, easy to charge batteries.
Electric cars are hot, yet their global market penetration remains less than 0.5% of all vehicles. Research points the way to key questions to ask when building new markets.
Phosphorene nanoribbons are like tagliatelle, but carry the potential to boost battery capacity by 50%.
With further technology required and practical uncertainties, time is running out for them to be useful in the fight against climate change.
Labor would aim for a new threshold under a revamp of the existing safeguards mechanism of 25,000 tonnes of direct CO2 pollution annually, which would be phased in after consultation with industry.
Energy storage could prove an inexpensive way for power companies to handle heat waves and other times when consumers use more electricity than usual.