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Ultra-Fast Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles Not Earlier Than 2012

Talking about five minutes stop after 200 miles of driving it seems to take into account a gas powered car.

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Toshiba’s SCiB Battery Will Power New Mitsubishi Electric Vehicles

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation chooses to power two of its new models of electric vehicles, the i-MiEV and Minicab-MiEV with Toshiba’s SCiB batteries.

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New Battery Design to Refuel the Existing Lithium-Ion Battery

Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT revealed us a provocative discovery, an alternative to refuel the existing weak batteries for electric vehicles.

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Charging Stations for any Electric Vehicle along Interstate 5 till this fall

Talking about AeroVironment they had developed electric transportation technology since 1971, now they are “specialized in practical innovation”

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Nanotune to Improve Energy Storage Capacity for Higher Electric Vehicles Range

A new way to increase by five to seven times the conventional energy storage capacity was developed by Nanotune, a company from Mountain View, California.

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The Simplest Thermal Energy Storage Systems

According to Powermag the UK start up the simplest thermal energy storage systems consisting in two large containers at the opposite temperatures connected by a heat pump.

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Miniature Fuel Cells To Power Mobile Phones

Technology using catalysts which make hydrogen from formic acid could eventually replace lithium batteries and power a host of mobile devices.

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Pilot Steam Solar Power Plant Generation Opens in Spain

When most of us think of solar power being used to generate energy, we likely picture solar cells. Concentrated solar power plants use lenses or mirrors to heat fluid which is used to generate high-pressure steam to drive a conventional turbine.

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How to generate electricity  from fresh water and salty ocean water

Stanford researchers have developed a battery that takes advantage of the difference in salinity between freshwater and seawater to produce electricity.

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Maxwell Technologies’ UPS Based on Ultracapacitors for Short Term Energy Storage

Maxwell Technologies Inc developed the uninterruptible power supply -UPS- module after consulting with UPS system integrators to mitigate the effects of brief power source disturbances on digital systems and sensitive medical and manufacturing equipment, and to provide bridge power to a generator or other long-term backup power source in the event of a complete power […]

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