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A new rechargeable battery can store intermittent energy

(Summary description)A new rechargeable battery can store intermittent energy

A new rechargeable battery can store intermittent energy

(Summary description)A new rechargeable battery can store intermittent energy

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A team at Harvard University in the us has demonstrated a new rechargeable battery that can store intermittent energy sources such as electricity generated by rooftop solar and wind power. Using cheaper and more reliable electricity is both safe and cost-effective for residential and commercial energy sources. The findings appear in a recent issue of the journal science.

 

The mismatch between the availability of intermittent wind or solar powerand actual energy demand is a major obstacle to the use of renewable energy. Now the problem can be solved in a cost-effective way, by storing power generated by a large number of renewable energy devices for long periods of time on calm, cloudy days.

 

During the operation of a new rechargeable battery, electrons are collected and released by compounds formed by cheap and abundant elements (such as carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, iron and potassium) that can be dissolved in water, according to a recent report by the network of physicists. This is safer and cheaper than other battery systems.

 

The new battery differs from solid-electrode batteries in that it stores electrical energy in a liquid tank, similar to a fuel cell. This can determine the size of the tank, through the electrochemical conversion of the hardware set peak power capacity, pumping fluid. Because the size of the panning tank can increase the amount of energy stored at will, it can reduce the cost of storing more energy than a conventional battery system.

 

 

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