Zinc-bromine battery plants could change the renewable energy market
Mass production is set for later this year
Cellular backup for when your power goes out
Other variables, like fast charging, could be at play
All Ultium-based vehicles will have Vehicle-to-Home technology by 2026
A trial run is set for 2024
Improved energy density and longevity
A thermal cloak for your electric car
"We cannot always dig the Earth for new materials"
Toyota's battery breakthrough could rock the EV world
Longer battery life, better performance, or both?
Sleek slabs could soon be a thing of the past
A different kind of edible
Impractical but impressive
The case against swappable batteries in full-size EVs
The big picture: We've said it before and we'll say it again: by hook or by crook, automakers are on track to phase out gas-powered vehicles and replace them with all-electric models. Arguments abound over whether or not enough raw materials exist to back the transition or if the charging infrastructure can be built in time to support some states' deadlines for zero-emission vehicle sales. One possible solution to help mitigate the charging conundrum would be swappable batteries but willing it into reality would be a very tall order.
Make low-battery anxiety a thing of the past
A potentially transformative technology for electrifying transportation
Would you like to see their return?
Batteries that don't degrade? Yes, please
The Tesla-powered energy storage system could help the UK get through a tough winter
Tips and tricks to stay safe when working with lithium ion batteries
The LG Gram 16 is an incredible light device with a good screen and impressive battery life. This latest iteration refines the successful Gram formula with nips, tucks and more power.
Be cautious where you buy your batteries
"Stay the f**k away from Teslas"
WTF?! A Tesla owner has seen his TikTok video about the car's apparent shortcomings go viral. Mario Zelaya said that he had been locked out of his Tesla Model S after the battery died, which would have cost him $21,000 to replace.
If only the prices could drop, too