Keeps most of his organs running
The Biden administration plans to begin a $3.1 billion effort on Monday to spur the domestic production of advanced batteries, which are essential to its plan to speed the adoption of electric vehicles and renewable energy.
Throttling stopped cars from catching fire
in 2019, Tesla pushed an over-the-air update to its Model S sedans following an incident when the vehicle caught fire in a Hong Kong car park.
iOS 14.6 update bought minor changes and battery woes
Apple fanboys have turned to Twitter and Reddit to complain about how pants Apple's iOS 14.6 update was to their expensive toys.
Could produce its own
Big names looking to make big bucks from the fjords
Panasonic, Equinor and Norsk Hydro will explore opportunities to set up a lithium-ion battery production business in Norway.
Stores more and is cheaper to make
Panasonic is working to develop a new battery cell for Tesla which has a larger cylindrical format called 4680 that can store more energy and is easier to make.
Like a Li-ion in Zion
A new IDTechEx report has noticed that the Li-ion battery market is growing and significant investments are now being made into building out capacity.
Wait for US Big Oil to try and kill the idea
Chinese outfit Contemporary Amperex Technology has developed a power pack that lasts more than a million miles -- an industry landmark and a potential boon for automakers trying to sway drivers to their EV models.
With a sandwich
AIWAYS has revealed further details of its ‘sandwich’ structure battery pack, which improves stability and significantly reduces the risk of battery safety incidents. By separating the dry and wet areas of the cell, AIWAYS negates the risk of coolant leakage – a cause of more than 80 percent of battery safety incidents.
Battery technology might have legs
For ages, we have been writing about battery breakthroughs and yet none of them seems to appear in your smartphone. However, a rapid-charging and non-flammable battery developed in part by 2019 Nobel Prize winner John Goodenough (pictured) has been licensed for development by the Canadian electric utility Hydro-Québec.