Ethan Howland of UtilityDive reports on the Department of Energy’s breakthrough in battery technology.
- The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has used a starch derivative to boost the capacity and longevity of a flow battery.
- The team of scientists optimized the ratio of chemicals within the battery until it reached 60% and cycled the battery continuously for more than a year with minimal loss of energy.
- Our National Labs and entrepreneurs are critical to delivering clean energy breakthroughs.
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