Thursday, March 15, 2012

Advance in battery tech?

If advances of the kind described in the article linked below compete in the energy market then renewable energy resources become more viable.  As an advocate of sustainable solutions news like this encourages me.

That said, battery technology and renewable energy production has a long way to go before it can compete with variable production of electricity achieved in power plants fired by fossil fuels and nuclear reactions.

Meanwhile, cheap clean affordable energy helps billions of people scramble out of poverty and all advances in energy technology need to compete on the open market.

Chemical Advance in Battery Tech

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