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One company thinks it’s solved a key problem that’s been holding back new energy technology.
Eos Energy Storage says its zinc-air battery can store energy to meet peak power needs for less.
Nanotube anodes could lead to higher-energy, faster-charging batteries for cell phones and notebooks.
A new fabrication technique lets batteries use tin electrodes, and store more energy.
Transparent batteries could lead to designs for cell phones and other gadgets.
A new process could let your laptop and cell phone recharge a hundred times faster than they do now.