What are the battery technologies of the future by the Telegraph

The search is on for revolutionary new battery tech solutions, but what are the competing cell chemistries for the next generation of EVs?

The search is on for revolutionary new energy-storage solutions From lithium sulphur, sodium ion, solid state to lithium-iron phosphate, there’s lots of new options out there

Energy, as defined by Issac Newton and Émilie du Châtelet, cannot be destroyed or created, but as we’re beginning to find out, it’s still pretty elusive stuff and darned difficult and expensive to store. Whether it’s the natural-gas storage facilities we don’t have, our non-existent hydrogen buffers for surplus renewable electricity, or the frighteningly expensive lithium-ion battery in an electric car, it costs money.

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