3D layered anode/cathode structure showing promise

http://www.extremetech.com/computing/153614-new-lithium-ion-battery-design-thats-2000-times-more-powerful-recharges-1000-times-faster

 

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4 responses to “3D layered anode/cathode structure showing promise

  1. Hey Hal I’m an amateur futurist. Been reading about the future since I was 17 (I’m now 24) so I’m no slouch when it comes to this stuff. Like you I’ve also been following the electric car revolution at hand and have come to the conclusion, like you, that battery tech isn’t there yet. But!!!! And its a big but, in the coming years we should see a game changer come to fruition. Matter of fact it was on this article’s comment section where I read your comment and followed you here.

    I must say that this is a great blog and it just essentially reiterated what I’ve seen over the years. Envia is definitely the front runner and I’ve known about them for probly a year now. I’d love to ask you questions cause of course you know more than I do so please email cause I’ve got many questions pertaining to the subject.

    p.s email me I must commune with you!!!!

  2. Sorry Scott, couldn’t find a way to get your email address. I’m not real familiar with wordpress, so I may be missing something.

    • Scott Barnard

      uh how were you able to email me if you couldn’t find my email?????

      On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 5:33 AM, Hal’s battery blog wrote:

      > ** > hal commented: “Sorry Scott, couldn’t find a way to get your email > address. I’m not real familiar with wordpress, so I may be missing > something.”

      • AHA! Apparently it emailed you automatically when I responded to your comment on my blog. I was looking for an email address in your posts or in your profile and it is not shown, so I thought I couldn’t email you as you requested. Anyway, glad to hear of your electric car enthusiasm and I’ll keep posting articles when I find them.
        Hal.

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