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Laura Bravo Jul 24
Our new Meta-review of fire safety of lithium-ion can be found here: . We analyse the safety challenges faced by LIB industries and compare them to the research contributions to identify knowledge gaps and opportunities 🔋
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MintPress News Jul 27
’s company, , relies on for its . is right in the center of the “Lithium Triangle” — a region high in the Andes mountain range where over half of the world’s known deposits of the metal lie.
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California Hydrogen Aug 4
Great to see recognition that hydrogen & batteries are complementary technologies to transition away from fossil fuels & reduce emissions. To say otherwise is counterproductive in the fight to mitigate climate change
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Peter Gardner Aug 2
The road to EVs with lower sticker prices than petrol cars – battery costs explained
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Vulcan Zero Carbon Lithium™ Jul 30
Onwards! Appointment of highly credentialed -based NRG group to provide strategic & financial advice surrounding funding for DFS & 1st commercial lithium plant
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Next Small Cap Aug 2
Testwork at (: ) Upper Rhine Valley project has demonstrated >90% lithium recoveries via its DLE lithium extraction process at its geothermal brines.
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Solid-State Chemistry and Energy Lab Jul 29
Na-ion vs Li-ion : Complementarity or Competitiveness? Which one for which type of application? Prof. Tarascon answers these questions in a new commentary posted in
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HSSMI Jul 30
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of a robust & diversified . "By building a stronger UK supply chain for li-ion & other key components, the UK could reduce the need for imports and reliance on sensitive overseas sources."
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Electrochemical Science and Engineering @Imperial Jul 27
Many thanks to all our researchers and industrial colleagues in delivering the 2020 summer showcase highlighting some of the work we do in . Check out the link below in case you missed it.
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IRENA Jul 27
Behind-the-meter () at the individual or household level, combined with the right incentives, can unlock demand-side flexibility and ease system integration of from and energy:
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(((Maija Palmer))) Jul 31
It's heavy and about the size of a small fridge. But it won't blow up, doesn't use unsustainably mined rare earth metals and can power your house for 20 years.
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Tesla Motors Club Jul 30
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ciuccislab Jul 25
New review from our group on "Carbon-based Electrocatalysts for Sustainable Energy Applications" kudos to the first author Jian Wang
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Dr Chitra Acharya Jul 27
I took part in 's to highlight the of in the home. If a small child swallows a and it gets stuck in their food pipe it can burn through and kill them very quickly.
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Prof Guillermo Rein 🔥 Jul 27
We are delighted to share our review paper on battery fires in Journal of the Electrochemical Society. *Meta-review of fire safety of Lithium-ion batteries: industry challenges and research contributions*
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Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV:GEMC|OTCQB:GBLEF) Jul 22
Demand for raw materials, like , used in the production of is set to soar, prompting ⁦⁩ to call for social & environmental impacts of the extraction of raw materials to be urgently addressed.
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Energy Communications Jul 30
French start-up, Verkor, announces plans to build a 16GWh in France to reduce Europe's dependence on imported -ion . Our client is supporting this exciting project, due to be operational by 2023.
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Tejs Vegge Jul 16
Looking for two exceptional computational postdocs for the project. Help us reinvent the way we invent batteries for the 🔋
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PubAffairs EU News & Debates 🇪🇺 Jul 27
: European gigafactories boom despite Covid slowdown. The region is on schedule to meet rising demand for , with five major battery factories in operation and at least 11 more expected by 2030 | Climate Home News
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Ying Shirley Meng Aug 5
Congratulations to my dear friend Clare!!! She is one of the best and brightest scientists - because of her, NMR and MRI are effectively used to diagnose
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