Harvard Researchers Report Long-Life Breakthrough For Flow Batteries
Steve Hanley, Clean Technica
Researchers at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences claim they have made a breakthrough in flow battery technology in the laboratory that could lead to lower-cost flow batteries that are nontoxic and last much longer than conventional lithium-ion batteries. The research may not do much to lower the price of electric cars. But it could be hugely important when it comes to creating the grid-scale battery solutions needed to drive the renewable energy revolution forward.