New battery chemistry developed in Germany promises to make zinc-air batteries the storage technology of the future.
Researchers in China have ranked some of the most commonly used battery chemistries according to parameters deemed important for grid-level storage. The team gave a score in each category and determined a winner – and it wasn’t lithium-ion.
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