The U.S. Department of Energy, in wake of the A123 Systems bankruptcy filing, provides an update on the state of the advanced battery market in the United States.
Defect-engineered graphene, the world’s thinnest material, could be used to boost the charging and discharging ability of li-ion batteries, scientists report.
The Click & Grow electronic smartpot system allows you to grow a variety of plants at the touch of a button.
ARPA-E-backed researchers at USC borrow from the Pepto-Bismol ingredient list to turn iron-air batteries into a promising way to do large-scale energy storage.
Green Car Reports checks out a new technology breakthrough that might make batteries for the future for electric cars considerably smaller and lighter without sacrificing performance.
Greentech Media reports on how California might soon lead the nation in the technologies that better integrate solar power into the grid — like batteries.
This solar science kit effortlessly convinces children to exercise their sense of creativity all while enjoying the magic of renewable energy
AOL Energy reports on how a predicted fall in automotive lithium battery prices in coming years could make electric vehicles competitive with conventional cars.
Promised grid power never made it to Red Rock Canyon in Nevada, but now the fire station there is getting along just fine with solar power and a lot of batteries.
Meet a solar-powered battery with the advantage of speed when it comes to off-grid charging.