We’ve been fortunate enough to look at some of the new power storage technologies that are either on the market, or deep into development. We’ve seen amazing things with projected releases that are just a few years away. We checked out solid state lithium batteries that could run an electric car for 965 km (600 miles). We have enjoyed new pallet-sized blocks that could help solve the reliance on fossil fuels by storing the enormous amounts of energy that come from natural resources. We even looked at what is coming out for the everyman that just needs a damn fine laptop battery.
Now that we’ve enjoyed what is possible in the real world, we felt it was time to get into the fuzzy realm where scientists dare to dream: The land of “what if.” Continue reading ‘New Rechargeable Battery Technology — Part 2′