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Why Lithium Ion Batteries will be Around for a While

Lithium Ion batteries are one of the most popular chemistries of rechargeable batteries, being used in a variety of applications such as are laptops, cell phones, drones, medical tools, and military

Relay for Life is TOMORROW!

Relay For Life Muskegon 2016 The event is almost here! For the past four years Harding Energy Inc. has been an enthusiastic partner with the American Cancer Societies relay event, each time

News: Origami robot retrieves swallowed battery

Origami robot can retrieve swallowed battery If you are a parent there is a chance you might have to deal with your child swallowing a battery at some point. According

News: Nissan Competes With Tesla To Power Homes With Batteries

News: Nissan competes with Tesla to power homes with batteries Automotive manufacturer, Nissan, is teaming up with power management company Eaton to create the xStorage, a wall-mountable lithium-ion battery used to

News: Tesla battery sales larger than entire industry’s sales in 2015

Teslas battery sales larger than entire industry’s sales in 2015 Tesla Motors, an American-based automotive and energy storage company that designs, manufactures, and sells luxury electric cars, electric vehicle powertrain

News: New Battery With High Charging Capacity

New Battery with High Charging Capacity Battery technology has not seen a significant upgrade for quite some time, but that could be changing now thanks to researchers at the University

In The News: China Pulls Subsidies From Samsung and LG

China Pulls Subsidies From Samsung and LG The Chinese government has pulled their subsidies from Samsung and LG’s China factories this week in regards to electric vehicles. These government subsidiaries

In The News: Electric Car Wireless Charger

Electric Car Wireless Charger Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has just created an electric car wireless charger that charges at three times the rate and 90 percent the efficiency

In the News: ‘ready-to-to’ battery electrode with glass-ceramic

In The News: ‘ready-to-go’ Battery Electrode with Glass-Ceramic A Kansas State University engineer has invented a ‘ready-to-go’ battery electrode with glass-ceramic parts. This new electrode will hopefully improve space exploration

In The News: Exercise-powered charger Customers Upset

Exercise-powered charger Customers Upset Backers receiving their exercise-powered charger from it’s successful Kickstarter project are not happy with it’s results. Ampy Move, a wearable battery charger designed to provide power