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Battery breakthrough brings ‘unprecedented performance’ to next-gen cells

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Researchers in Japan have made a battery breakthrough that could lead to the mass production of next-generation sodium-ion batteries. These batteries offer similar performance to conventional lithium-ion batteries but are cheaper, more stable, and pose no risk of overheating. The scientists developed high-capacity electrodes made from nanostructured hard carbon, resulting in unprecedented performance. This breakthrough opens up possibilities for next-generation batteries in consumer electronics, electric vehicles, and energy storage systems for renewable energy sources.
https://www.independent.co.uk/tech/sodium-ion-battery-breakthrough-lithium-b2448965.html



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  • Esther Wanjiku

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    This is such an extra ordinary break through

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    • mercy nduta

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      Green future remains our goal and with such innovations we must succeed.

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      • Elizabeth Gathigia

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        It a great innovation that leads to a more greener future

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        • Gorffly mokua

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          Such innovations are driving hope of a more greener and sustainable future!

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          • Princess

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            @gorffly_mokua If successfully scaled, this technology could truly reshape the landscape of battery technology, bringing about positive changes in multiple sectors.

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          • Rotich Kim

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            The use of batteries is of great significant to our planet as it ensure emissions is minimal

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            • Jane Wangui

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              @rotich_kim reducing the amount of emissions in our environment is paramount.

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            • George Kariuki

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              Battery advancements like these are crucial for the ongoing development of sustainable and efficient energy storage solutions.

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              • Nancy kawira

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                This battery breakthrough in Japan marks a significant advancement, potentially paving the way for cost-effective and safer energy storage solutions. The development of high-capacity electrodes using nanostructured hard carbon holds promise for diverse applications, from consumer electronics to renewable energy storage. If successfully scaled, this technology could indeed reshape the landscape of battery technology.

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                • Princess

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                  @nancy_kawira this is a major advancement, offering potential for cost-effective and safer energy storage solutions.

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                • Princess

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                  This is a promising development for the future of energy storage.

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                  • walter lungayi

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                    This is exciting news for the future of energy storage technology. A breakthrough in battery performance could significantly improve the efficiency and effectiveness of renewable energy sources, as well as revolutionize the way we use portable devices.

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                    • Princess

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                      @walter_lungayi Indeed, the prospect of a breakthrough in battery performance is thrilling for the future of energy storage technology.

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