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Re: Aluminum ion battery development at Stanford

alf the voltage is good enough .. for india .. fast recharge is excellent .. for poor countries with short spells of power in villages .. degradation is not a
pksharmaindia
May 18
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Re: Aluminum ion battery development at Stanford

That's kinda what I thought, too. I've been following battery technology for a long while now, and thought members might get a glimpse of what is going on
Barry Savage
May 18
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Re: Aluminum ion battery development at Stanford

Half the Voltage is not such a good start, and then the 'no degradation' over such extended numbers of cycles just sounds too good to be true... lets wait and
Tobias Gogolin
May 17
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14211

Re: Aluminum ion battery development at Stanford

Neat. Sent from iPhone David R. Freudenrich Apex Energy, LLC Regulatory Manager Cell: 412-616-0048 Office: 724-719-2611, ext. 141
David Freudenrich
May 16
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14210

Extended until 7 June 2015! - Call for Papers for the 4th Solar and

Dear Colleagues, As requested from several people who are interested in contributing but haven't yet had the time to participate, we have decided to extend the
Thomas Ackermann
May 16
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Aluminum ion battery development at Stanford

Long-time member, but mostly a lurker, here. But I thought this may be of interest to members. ===== quote ===== "We have developed a rechargeable aluminum
Barry Savage
May 15
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14208

MIT study suggests solar power technology is up to the task now, not

MIT has released a pretty comprehensive study on solar energy, appropriately titled: The Future of Solar Energy. The study explores the practicality of
Doug Kalmer
May 14
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14207

The Solar Village is the first community in the world to produce 4x

After architect, Rolf Disch, built the Heliotrope (the first building in the world to capture more energy than it uses) he set his sights higher. He
Doug Kalmer
May 13
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14206

Energyat weSRCH

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akshayp144
May 13
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14205

Re: Energy vampires account for one-quarter of home-energy use. Who

I’m not so sure. The hare didn’t think the tortoise could do much either. :) From: renewable-energy@yahoogroups.com
Mike Redler
May 12
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Re: Energy vampires account for one-quarter of home-energy use. Who

This is not believable. Standby appliances consume a few milliwatts of power. Your refrigerator consumes several watts. Short of having a house with no
fmdepiolenc
May 11
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Energy vampires account for one-quarter of home-energy use. Who can

Anything that uses a remote is constantly using electricity. I use switched strip outlets for the computer and peripherals, as well as the TV and stereo, or
Doug Kalmer
May 10
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14202

Re: China: Electric Vehicle-To-Grid Technology Could Solve Renewable

... not so... If you had seen most of his videos you would have heard him say that he sees the home storage market as the 'second life' of mobility batteries!
Tobias Gogolin
May 9
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Re: China: Electric Vehicle-To-Grid Technology Could Solve Renewable

It seems Elon Musk has taken EV out of the grid equation anyway. From: renewable-energy@yahoogroups.com [mailto:renewable-energy@yahoogroups.com] Sent:
Mike Redler
May 8
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Only 4 days left - Call for Papers - Wind and Solar Integration Work

Dear Colleagues, Be one of 60+ solar & 120+ wind speakers at this year's Solar & Wind Integration Workshop in Brussels. Take part in our *Call for Papers* &
Thomas Ackermann
May 8
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