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AI predicts method for fast-charging EVs while minimising lithium-ion battery degradation

Fri, 02/28/2020 - 12:13 -- Paul Crompton

Artificial intelligence could have given clues on the best method for fast-charging electric vehicles thanks to a study at the US’ Stanford University.

Instead of charging at the highest current at the beginning of the charge, the computer’s algorithm suggested using the highest current in the middle of the charge. 

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AI firm enters FTM meter energy storage market in US

Thu, 07/18/2019 - 15:15 -- Paul Crompton
AI firm enters FTM meter energy storage market in US

California-based Stem has teamed up with US private equity company Syncarpha Capital to build 28MWh of artificial intelligence-driven energy storage plus 26MW solar capacity in Massachusetts, US.

Stem’s AI-driven Athena storage solution will be used at five distribution grid-connected sites across Massachusetts, which will be developed and owned by Syncarpha.

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Researchers unveil ‘intelligent’ battery management research

Mon, 01/15/2018 - 11:37 -- Xuan Zhong
Researchers unveil ‘intelligent’ battery management research

Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has unveiled research into the use of artificial intelligence to maximise the use of battery arrays in vehicles and energy storage applications.

ITRI’s Reconfigurable Array of Inexpensive Batteries Architecture (RAIBA), a system featuring AI “self-learning” and optimisation technology, was showcased at the annual CES 2018 technology innovation show in Las Vegas.

 

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AI harnessed for new battery materials

Mon, 04/03/2017 - 10:56 -- Xuan Zhong
AI harnessed for new battery materials

A UK materials developer has been chosen alongside a handful elite US universities to work with Toyota as it turns to Artificial intelligence AI in order to develop new battery materials, the company announced last week.

The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) will collaborate with research entities, universities and companies on materials science research, investing approximately $35 million over the next four years.

 

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