US researchers develop water-based battery that can store solar and wind energy

Nicholas Fearn
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US researchers develop water-based battery that can store solar and wind energy

Water-based batteries could underpin future sustainable power systems, claim researchers

Scientists in the US claim to have developed a water-based battery capable of storing solar and wind energy. The researchers from Stanford University said that water-based batteries could become an...

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