GS Caltex, JX Nippon Oil Energy to set up JV for Li-ion anode materials

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GS Caltex, South Korea’s second-largest energy company, and Japan-based JX Nippon and Oil Energy (formerly Nippon Oil) will set up a joint venture to produce anode materials for lithium-ion batteries. GS Caltex is a 50:50 joint venture between GS Holdings and Chevron. Dong-A Ilbo.

In situ observation of the charging of a Li-ion anode provides insights that can lead to design of better advanced batteries

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TEM images revealed a high density of dislocations emerging from the reaction front (marked by chevron-shaped dotted lines). Jian Yu Huang, Li Zhong, Chong Min Wang, John P. Sullivan, Wu Xu, Li Qiang Zhang, Scott X.

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Natron Energy awarded $3M by California Energy Commission to pair energy storage with EV fast charging

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Natron Energy, a developer of new battery cell technology based on Prussian Blue analogue electrodes and a sodium-ion electrolyte, has ( earlier post ), has been awarded a $3-million grant by the California Energy Commission (CEC) for “Advanced Energy Storage for Electric Vehicle Charging Support.” Natron’s patented technology uses Prussian Blue pigment which stores and releases energy in the form of sodium ions.

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