Jason Plautz of Utility Dive reports on a new battery technology breakthrough.
- While important for current clean energy storage, lithium-ion batteries have some drawbacks such as long charge times and safety concerns when exposed to high temperatures.
- Research from Tulane University, backed by the Department of Energy, has found a potential breakthrough in battery technology that could lead to faster charge times and increased grid reliability.
- Technological innovations, not excessive government regulations, are leading the way to a cleaner energy future.
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