The power battery market is going to have a big change

The power battery market is going to have a big change

The latest news shows that researchers at Harvard University have made amazing breakthroughs in battery life testing. That is to say, a new type of cockroach has been experimentally developed, which is named “Massala”, which is safer, cheaper and more durable than lithium-ion batteries, and reduces the annual loss rate of the flow battery to about 3%.

Experts said that the addition of “Massala” is expected to significantly extend the life of the battery, and has great research value in energy storage. It has broken the cost of all-vanadium flow battery and the life bottleneck of organic flow battery.

Not long ago, the University of British Columbia in Canada posted a message that the technology of using bacteria to convert light energy to make solar cells was born. The new battery can exert strong lighting and conversion effects in areas with more rainy weather, and the breakthrough in solar cell utilization and application scenarios is self-evident.

The research team at Stanford University in the United States also published a technical report on manganese hydrogen batteries in Nature Energy. It is reported that manganese hydrogen battery not only has excellent electrochemical performance, but also can be recharged more than 10,000 times. It is praised by the industry as a breakthrough that is expected to affect the pattern of large-scale energy storage industry.

In addition, the team of Chen Jun, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has demonstrated the high energy efficiency, low production cost and support for efficient recycling, with the direction of “sustainable cesium electrode high-capacity water-based zinc secondary battery”. Moreover, “new sodium/magnesium-sulfide” batteries and “chargeable room temperature sodium-carbon dioxide batteries” have received great attention from the academic community.

The technical breakthrough in the field of power batteries and energy storage is the only way to go. New ideas, new models and new methods will bring greater impetus to the development of the industry. What’s more, under the current situation of overcapacity of power batteries, only by taking technological innovation and cost reduction routes can we survive in the reshuffle.

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