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    1. Graphene Aerogels Promise Enhanced Energy Storage Performance

      Graphene Aerogels Promise Enhanced Energy Storage Performance

      Lawrence Livermore researchers have turned to graphene aerogel to develop an enhanced electrical energy storage solution that eventually could be used to smooth out power fluctuations in the energy grid by boosting the performance of commercial supercapacitors. The team's graphene aerogel-based supercapacitor electrodes are suitable for the electric vehicle applications because they feature high surface area, good electrical conductivity, chemical inertness and long-term cycling stability.

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    2. Hydrogen Battery Aims to Replace Lithium Counter-Parts

      Hydrogen Battery Aims to Replace Lithium Counter-Parts

      Researchers at Melbourne's RMIT University have developed a novel concept battery that advances the potential for hydrogen to replace lithium as an energy source in battery-powered devices. The new concept combines the best aspects of hydrogen fuel cells with battery-based electrical power. The proton flow battery concept eliminates the need for the production, storage and recovery of hydrogen gas, which currently limit the efficiency of conventional hydrogen-based electrical energy storage systems.

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