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‘Cautionary Tale’: First-Time EV Owner Spent 15 Hours Driving 178 Miles

After Colorado resident Alan O’Hashi purchased his all-electric Nissan Leaf — and became a first-time electric vehicle (EV) owner — he thought he was ready to embark on the first leg of a 2,600-mile road trip across Wyoming. But the…

Penn State Battery Tech Breakthrough Paves Way for Mass Adoption of Affordable/Fast Charging Electric Cars

A breakthrough in electric vehicle fast charging battery design from Penn State has enabled a 10-minute charge time for a typical EV battery. The record-breaking combination of a shorter charge time and more energy required for longer travel range came from heating the battery to a Goldilocks Zone which has proven difficult for engineers thus […]

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A ‘Safe And Effective’ Electric Vehicle Is A Marketing Misnomer

Making the rest of your apartment building cough up the cost of your electric vehicle has rightly become a point of contention. Energy prices are on the rise (in a catastrophic sense) and there is no sign of Labor’s promised…

EV Charging Answer: Quantum Technology Will Cut Time it Takes to Charge Electric Cars to Just 9 Seconds

  Scientists in South Korea have proven that a new technology will cut the time it takes to charge electric cars to just nine seconds, allowing EV owners to ‘fill up’ as fast as their gasoline counterparts. And even those plugging-in at home will have the time slashed from 10 hours to three minutes. The […]

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Scientists at Stanford Revitalize Batteries By Bringing ‘Dead’ Lithium Back to Life

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University may have found a way to revitalize rechargeable lithium batteries, potentially boosting the range of electric vehicles and battery life in next-gen electronic devices. As lithium batteries cycle, they accumulate little islands of inactive lithium that are cut off from the […]

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UK Govt’s Climate Cheerleader Won’t Get An Electric Car: Too Long To Charge

The public face of the British government’s Cop26 UN climate change conference has said she won’t get an electric car yet because they take too long to charge, so she’ll stick to her old diesel car, instead. Allegra Stratton, the…

The hidden culprit killing lithium-metal batteries from the inside

(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) The first nanoscale images ever taken inside intact, lithium-metal coin batteries (also called button cells or watch batteries) challenge prevailing theories and could help make future high-performance batteries, such as for electric vehicles, safer, more powerful and longer lasting.

In a leap for battery research, machine learning gets scientific smarts

(DOE/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Researchers combined machine learning with knowledge gained from experiments and equations guided by physics to discover and explain a process that shortens the lifetimes of fast-charging lithium-ion batteries.

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