Battery research yields stable material

Hybrid material could create long-lasting silicon anodes

Do you need the battery buzzword bible?

Booklet aims to demystify new technology jargon

Is your battery ready for the IoT boom?

Why OEMs need to consider the power needs of their connected devices

You need the right 9V battery

Michele Windsor looks at 9V batteries and three applications that require better engineered batteries than those you pick up on your weekly shop

Modernising the world’s troops

Michele Windsor looks at the challenges of creating equipment for soldier modernisation programmes and how they can be overcome

Solid-state electrolytes and the quest for a safer battery

2017 might mark a significant switch to new materials in the electrolyte compartment, with companies trying to bring inorganic and polymer electrolytes to commercial fruition. Dr Lorenzo Grande reports

Weight-reduced oil hoses for tempering batteries

ContiTech develops new solutions for efficient electromobility

A designer’s guide to smart battery applications

Michele Windsor guides design engineers through the process of embedding batteries in medical, military or automation applications

Energy supplies – a new paradigm?

Nick Boughton discusses how emerging technologies can provide a new answer to an old question: renewables are great, but what happens if it’s not sunny or windy?

Are we on the verge of a worldwide battery crisis?

Neil Oliver asks the question, who owns and controls the worldwide battery market and where is it heading?

Liberté, égalité, batterie

France is experiencing a new industrial revolution ... in the form of batteries. Michele Windsor looks at the key features of this industry

Battling the European market

Military radios are packed with as many features as a smart phone, but without the ability to regularly charge a phone, the battery is a vital part in keeping the device functioning. Neil Oliverlooks reports

No need for lead acid

Lithium Iron Phosphate battery technology enhances life and performance

Cultivating innovation in UK batteries

Michele Windsor looks at the state of the UK battery industry and how it could be UK-based manufacturers who offer the next great contribution to battery science

How much power do you need?

New infographic highlights the importance of considering batteries early in the design process

Batteries: Growing German sector offers many opportunities

The growing German battery industry offers many opportunities, says Michele Windsor. Here, she looks at the key features of the industry

Straight to the coolest battery

Fronius optimises traction battery utilisation with the Cool Battery Guide Easy

The evolution of new battery technologies

Batteries are now being included much earlier in the product design stages, meaning they can be developed to fit the needs of the manufacturer. Neil Oliver explores the evolution of battery technologies

British battery brought online

Giant UK battery launched to tackle challenges in energy storage

A guide to safely transporting Lithium-ion batteries

Accutronics has released a one page guide to the safe transport of lithium-ion batteries. The guide will help original equipment manufacturers stay on top of legislative changes about the transport of batteries that come into effect on 1st April





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