According to the daily mail of June 3, researchers at purdue university in the United States have developed a new type of battery that can be charged quickly. The battery can be used to quickly charge electric and hybrid vehicles without the need for large-scale charging infrastructure, which could speed up the adoption of electric and hybrid vehicles.
The new battery is a membrane free battery that USES a new liquid electrolyte to replace used battery fluid, just like filling up a gas station. Used battery fluids or electrolytes can also be collected and sent in bulk to solar, wind or hydroelectric plants for recharging, electrolyte conversion and recycling.
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In addition, as membrane pollution can shorten battery life and possibly cause fire, this membrane free battery module is very safe, can be installed in the house, with stable performance, can meet the requirements of production and sales, and the cost is not high.
The purdue researchers are also the co-founders of Ifbattery. Ifbattery is the first company to develop a membrane free mobile battery.
John Cushman, a professor at purdue university and co-founder of Ifbattery, said the biggest challenges facing the electric and hybrid car industries are extending battery life and building charging infrastructure. The biggest obstacle for drivers is the time it takes to fully charge a car.
Another co-founder, Eric Nauman, a professor at purdue university, says designing and building enough charging stations requires massive infrastructure and costs. He also said Ifbattery has developed an energy storage system that USES the membraneless, fast-charging battery to charge a car as if it were refueling a car.
As a result, Cushman said, instead of refining oil, refineries would process used electrolytes, and gas stations would no longer supply gasoline, but water, ethanol or methanol liquids in the form of electrolytes that power cars.
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