Posted by Danny London on 5/3/2018 to Solar News
Stanford University researchers have developed a prototype water-based battery they believe can one day store solar and wind energy on an industrial-grade level to feed into electric grids.
The manganese-hydrogen battery would be able to provide untility scale renewables with a cheap way to store the energy generated for feed-back into the electric grid when demand is high... READ MORE
Source: Stanford University, Science Daily
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