redox flow batteries

Indian Scientists Make Dendrite-free Zinc-iron Redox Flow Battery

Indian scientists have created a redox flow battery based on zinc and iron, which showed strong storage characteristics and no signs of degradation over 30 charge-discharge cycles. Additionally, the battery did not show any signs of dendrite formation, overcoming one of the key challenges for redox-flow batteries based on these low-cost, abundant materials. The researchers […]

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Devise Alternate Ways to Repurpose Fossil Fuels, Argues IDTechEx

UK-headquartered IDTechEx, an independent market research and business intelligence provider, has advocated for devising novel ways to repurpose fossil fuel assets, as against simply resorting to obvious solutions like converting gasoline stations into  EV charging stations. The latter trend has of late become popular among oil majors, which are looking to capitalise on the rapid […]

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German Scientists Redesign Stack to Make Cheaper Redox Flow Batteries

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, located in Germany, claim that thorough redesigning the stack, they have contrived a way to bring down production costs of redox flow batteries which are used to store renewable energy. As a result, Christian Doetsch and Lukas Kopietz from Fraunhofer UMSICHT and Dr. Thorsten Seipp […]

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