Scientists develop new battery that could store large amount of wind and solar electricity

Lee Bell
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Liquid metals behind battery technologies becoming more widely available and affordable

Stanford University researchers have developed a new combination of materials that could see rechargeable batteries able to store large amounts of renewable power created through wind or solar sour...

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