Lithium – Perfect Lithium announced the filing of patents for its innovative materials processing technology. The technology represents an industrially scalable method to cut costs and boost performance of nano-scale ceramic powders for use in lithium-ion battery materials.
Articles Tagged "energy storage"
Lithium – Reliable and dynamic energy storage systems are key to making renewable sources of energy viable and to opening up new markets for lithium-based battery systems.
Zinc – Zinc’s use in the energy world's increasingly important battery sector is beginning to challenge current lithium and lead models.
Lithium – While the lithium market is primarily driven by demand for lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and mobile electronics, lithium for use in larger energy storage systems is gaining traction.
Vanadium – Advances in vanadium redox battery technology are improving the performance and stability of these energy storage devices. But an engineer at the US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory says costs need to drop before the battery is commercially viable.
Vanadium – Mining Weekly reported that vanadium may have a key use in energy storage.
Vanadium – If vanadium redox batteries for energy storage become the norm, demand for vanadium will surge and current supply is in no shape to meet that demand.
Manganese – In an exclusive interview with Manganese Investing News Jonathan Lee, Battery Technology and Materials Analyst for Byron Capital Markets, discusses manganese battery technology and the capabilities of this emerging technology.
Vanadium – In the second installment of this two-part series, we will focus on solar power, energy storage and battery technologies. President Barack Obama’s challenge during the State of the Union address was to generate 80 percent of the electricity from renewable sources by the year 2035.
Lithium – Three of the top six resources which survey participants invested in over the last year are based in the energy sector. Results demonstrate an apparent growth over the last 6 months across the energy realms with: more than 50 percent of participants invested in uranium; 31 percent invested in lithium; 42 percent invested in oil & gas and 9 percent invested in vanadium.