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Stora Enso

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The promise of batteries that come from trees

Stora Enso, in Finland, describes itself as "one of the largest private forest owners in the world". As such, it has a lot of trees, which it uses to make wood products, paper and packaging, for example. Now it wants to make batteries as well – electric vehicle batteries that charge up in as little as eight minutes.

The promise of batteries that come from trees

As demand for electric vehicles soars, scientists are searching for materials to make sustainable batteries. Lignin, from waste paper pulp, is shaping up to be a strong contender.

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  • Peter Kamau

    19 w

    The news that they take pride as the largest private forest owners in the world is amazing and it's even more amazing to learn of the myriad of ingenuity projects that they have developed from the trees.

    • Gorffly mokua

      19 w

      Nice! But the main challenge is how they will ensure that this batteries made from waste paper pulp,100% of its raw materials genuinely come from waste

      • Mary Wainaina

        19 w

        Personally I would shun anything that involves cutting of trees.

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