Will not replace lithium-ion batteries, but may supplement it for better performance.
Elon visited Giga Berlin today and had a little spontaneous press conference on arrival.
Will Diamond Batteries (NDB) Change the World?
Perhaps the time is right for a new wave of nuclear reactors, ones that are smaller than traditional nuclear power plants for several reasons:
It seems Tesla fans are eager to forecast the future. Only good things can come from Battery Day, right?
A Scottish company called Gravitricity has now broken ground on a demonstrator facility for a creative new system that stores energy in the form of "gravity" by lifting and dropping huge weights.
The pursuit of better batteries means the exploration of alternative materials, and one that scientists see a lot of promise in is silicon.
As renewable energy generation grows, so does the need for new storage methods that can be used at times when the Sun isn't shining or the wind isn't blowing.
WORLD'S FIRST FOILING ELECTRIC BOAT. SUPERIOR RANGE AT HIGH SPEEDS. MADE IN SWEDEN.
It's a world's first, and we get to learn how it's made before navigating through a mass of small islands.
A Swiss pilot on Tuesday became the first person in the world to skydive from a solar-powered electric plane. The entire event was live-streamed for the world to see.
The consulting company also measures the damages caused to EV adoption by COVID-19.
A cheap, safe, self-charging battery that delivers high power for decades without ever needing a charge? That's a game changer.
California company NDB says its nano-diamond batteries will absolutely upend the energy equation, acting like tiny nuclear generators.
CNN Business reports that Exxon, which was the world's largest company in 2013, is today being kicked out of the Dow.
NDB says its nano-diamond batteries will absolutely upend the energy equation, acting like tiny nuclear generators. Cheaper and more powerful than lithium-ion, they can last for thousands of years without ever needing a charge.
'Artificial photosynthesis' device makes clean fuel by mimicking the ability of plants to convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into energy without electricity
Reaction Engines and Britain's Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) have completed a concept study into the practicality of using ammonia as a jet aviation fuel. By teaming Reaction Engines's heat exchanger technology with STFC's advanced
This paper addresses the health implications of background electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in our daily environment.
Jake and Nicole are nearly living off the grid 100%.
California Governor Gavin Newsom said Monday that the state had to "sober up" about the fact that renewable energy sources, wind and solar, had failed to provide enough power for the state during a record-setting heatwave, and needed "backup"
Nigerian Entrepreneur Invents Giant Solar-Powered Refrigerators That Cut Spoilage to Help Farmers Earn 25% More
A mysterious incident related to a serious breach of secure airspace over America's largest nuclear power plant has been unearthed through Freedom of Information Act documents gained from the government.
As many as two million Californians were plunged into darkness over the course of four hours late Friday in the first rolling blackouts to hit the state since the 2001 energy crisis.
The new battery cell chemistry would have game-changing density and an extended life span.
What if everything you've been told about the nature of the sun, from elementary school, to universities, to Wikipedia, is wrong?
Researchers at the US Dept of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory, working with Northern Illinois University, have discovered a new catalyst that can convert carbon dioxide and water into ethanol...
Regardless of where you stand on nuclear energy, you have to accept that it's a thing in the U.S. Nuclear power accounted for 21.2 percent of electricity generated in the U.S. in May, the most recent month for which data is available from the U.S.
Yesterday we covered the news that New Zealand's second-largest electricity distributor has signed a deal with startup Emrod to trial long-range wireless power transmission.
A New Zealand-based startup has developed a method of safely and wirelessly transmitting electric power across long distances without the use of copper wire, and is working on implementing it with the country's second-largest power distributor.