Scientists at Deakin University have used a common commercial polymer to create a solid-state electrolyte, opening the door to a future free from batteries catching fire or exploding if they get too hot.
A new trial at Sydney Water’s Bondi sewage pumping station will soon be storing renewable energy through the use of sodium-ion batteries, as a cheaper alternative to the traditional lithium-ion batteries in use around the world.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have come up with a solution to one of the main hurdles preventing zinc-air batteries from being used in electronic devices instead of lithium-ion batteries.
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