NewsResearchers modify hybrid flow battery electrodes with
nanomaterials

22nd January 2021by admin0
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Researchers in WMG at the University of Warwick, in
collaboration with Imperial College London, have found a way to
enhance hybrid flow batteries and their commercial use. The new
approach can store electricity in these batteries for very long
durations for about a fifth the price of current technologies, with
minimal location restraints and zero emissions.

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