in Other Battery Technologies

A number of other battery technologies are under development, particularly for larger scale utility storage. For there may be opportunities in liquid metal technologies, as a in redox flow batteries or as a promoter in some metal-air batteries. 

Tin powers wearable supercapacitor fabrics

Tin powers wearable supercapacitor fabrics

oxide nanoparticles can store electrical energy in wearable fabrics. Researchers incorporated these tiny particles into graphene-based, wearable supercapacitors. The energy storage technology could be used in smart sportswear, heated clothing, or even medical...

Tin the best bet for wearable supercapacitors

Tin the best bet for wearable supercapacitors

Substitution of cobalt for has boosted the conductivity and stability of micro-supercapacitors, with 92% capacity retained after 10,000 charge-discharge cycles. This battery-like technology could flexible and affordable wearable devices to monitor vital...

Tin-iron redox flow battery looks promising

Tin-iron redox flow battery looks promising

Scientists at Shenzhen University, are developing a 'promising' new -iron redox flow battery for low-cost, long-term energy storage. A family of similar iron-based redox flow batteries has been under development worldwide for long-term utility electricity...

Liquid tin bismuth battery for grid-scale energy storage

Liquid tin bismuth battery for grid-scale energy storage

A team at University of Kentucky have patented a liquid metal battery using and bismuth electrodes, with molten zinc chloride, for grid-scale energy storage. The Liquid Metal Battery (LMB) concept is decades old but has been first re-invented in modern times by...