A breakthrough enabling power producers to pair very large-but-low-cost battery systems with wind and solar farms and even conventional power plants is the target of new research at Case Western Reserve University.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded CWRU $10.75 million, payable over the next four years, to head-up a multi-university research effort to create low-cost and less-toxic batteries.
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Written by John Funk.
Originally published July 9, 2018.