New Electronics, Neil Tyler, The future of energy storage

The extent of human activity’s contribution may still raise arguments but there can be no doubt that the globe’s environment and climate is changing, and a significant contributor is the generation of electricity via fossil fuels – which despite the advent of renewable power sources like wind and solar, remain entrenched in the power mix of most countries.

The drive to develop more environment-friendly energy sources such as solar cell and wind electricity has gained momentum, but their use is affected by both their intermittent production of power and the existing grid’s inability to store energy efficiently.

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