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Tesla electric buses

Current diesel buses consume about a gallon for every 3 to 4 miles. In contrast, electric buses are fuel-efficient and do not pollute the environment. … 83 more words


New Manufacturing Approach Slices Lithium-ion Battery Cost In Half

Reinventing how these batteries are made also improves their performance and recyclability.

by David L. Chandler | MIT News Office

An advanced manufacturing approach for lithium-ion batteries, developed by researchers at MIT and at a spinoff company called 24M, promises to significantly slash the cost of the most widely used type of rechargeable batteries while also improving their performance and making them easier to recycle. 868 more words

Breaking News

The story of the invention that could revolutionize batteries—and maybe American manufacturing as well

The world has been clamoring for a super-battery.

Since about 2010, a critical mass of national leaders, policy professionals, scientists, entrepreneurs, thinkers and writers have all but demanded a transformation of the humble lithium-ion cell. 4,689 more words

Meet Tesla's new weapon, a battery scientist

Tesla Motors’ three-step master plan to accelerate sustainable transportation hangs on its ability to build a cheaper mass market electric car. The luxury electric car and energy storage company might have just found a new secret weapon to help it achieve those goals. 565 more words


GM builds a business case for used electric car batteries

Five years ago, as the first Chevy Volt plug-in electric hybrids were rolling off the assembly line, the business case for used electric car batteries seemed meager at best. 584 more words


Tesla's battery swap program is pretty much dead

If Tesla Motors has a kill list, its battery swap program is probably at the top.

After showcasing the technology two years ago, Tesla set up a battery swap station at a custom-built facility at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, Calif. 337 more words


RedFlow Limited - Chart Review

About RedFlow

Redflow is a market leader, the first flow battery company to commercially outsource the manufacturing of its products.
Redflow ensures continuous product innovation in its R&D centre, located in Brisbane, Australia.

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