New Battery Tech ‘Could Recharge EVs in Seconds, Not Hours’

Scientists say a new liquid battery could mean electric vehicles can be charged in seconds rather than hours.

Chemists from the University of Glasgow claim to have developed a flow battery system using nano-molecules to store energy, which can be released as either electric power and hydrogen gas.

Concentrating the nano-molecules into a liquid means the amount of energy it can store is increased nearly tenfold – high energy density means it offers longer range for vehicles and more resilience for battery systems.

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