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Russia’s nuclear industry embraces the benefits of lithium-ion batteries

Thu, 10/29/2020 - 13:17 -- Paul Crompton

Russia state-operated nuclear energy firm Rosatom has incorporated Rosatom Energy Storage Solutions (RENERA) to develop and trade lithium-ion traction and stationary batteries.

RENERA, the new name of Cathode Materials, a 100% subsidiary of Russian nuclear fuel cycle firm TVEL (owned by Rosatom), will develop batteries for electric vehicles, and energy storage systems.

 

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India’s lead battery market ‘on the up’

Mon, 09/18/2017 - 11:41 -- News Editor
India’s lead battery market ‘on the up’

The lead-acid business in India is set to soar over the next few years and demand from stationary and motive applications (SMA) will more than double in value, according to a new report.

The India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) said the value of the country’s lead-acid batteries market is currently worth around Rs27,000 crore ($4.2 billion)— of which the SMA market share accounts for Rs12,650 crore ($1.98bn).

 

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ORNL scientists develop Al-Li hybrid battery

Thu, 02/25/2016 - 14:43 -- Paul Crompton
ORNL scientists develop Al-Li hybrid battery

Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed an aluminium-lithium hybrid battery they believe can boost performance for grid and stationary applications.

The hybrid battery uses aluminium as the anode and a lithium intercalation cathode (LiFePO) to increase capacity, cycling performance and safety.

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