Researchers Create Wooden Battery For Large-Scale Energy Storage

Very few things would be more helpful to the transition to clean energy, all-natural, low-cost battery that lasts a long time. So imagine how world-changing a battery made from wood fibers could be to the clean energy movement. A team of scientists at the University of Maryland, including Liangbing Hu, and Teng Li, have done just that, creating a battery made of wood fibers and tin, two of the cheapest and most-common elements in the world.

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Green News Roundup: Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Another week in the bag, and with October right around the corner there’s a whole lotta stuff going on in the green world. Today’s highlights include an electric Tron motorcycle you can buy, China’s per capita carbon emissions will soon surpass the U.S., and Bentley plans to produce more hybrids.

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New Capacitor Could Lead to Ultra-Efficient Electric Cars

[social_buttons] A team of US and Korean scientists have announced a major breakthrough in energy storage that could pave the

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