A new concept for a low-cost battery (aluminum-sulfur…

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A new concept for a low-cost battery (aluminum-sulfur battery) could prove as an energy backup storage

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  1. They don’t mention what efficiency it runs at. Certainly a fair portion of energy is being used to bring it up to 230F.

  2. I’ll believe it when can buy a competitive product with them. It feels like 99% of battery advancements are only useful for writing academic research papers about. Until then, I’m not even clicking the link.

  3. >with 110 degrees Celsius (230 degrees Fahrenheit) showing 25 times faster rates than 25 C (77 F).

    I misread this at first and thought they were charging their batteries in 6 seconds.

  4. Every month or so “new battery made of blank could potentially blank”

    Call me when my phone can last a full day