Posts Tagged ‘rechargeable batteries’

Battery Recharger Charges Dead Disposable Batteries Ten Times

Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:50 No Comments

Although initially more expensive, the advantage of rechargeable batteries has always been that they cut down on buying more batteries and they cut down on depleted batteries clogging our landfills.

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High-Density Flexible Battery to Revolutionize Renewable Energy Systems

Friday, July 3, 2009 0:38 No Comments

The company Infinite Power Solutions(IPS) has developed a new range of high-density flexible batteries that could revolutionize renewable energy systems. The manufacturer says these tiny, rechargeable, thin-film batteries combine the energy density of traditional batteries with the high discharge current of supercapacitors. With some models measuring just 0.5in. square (12.7mm) and less than .01in. thick [...]

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Solar-powered portable batteries

Thursday, February 19, 2009 15:22 1 Comment

A new discovery shows that the batteries can be charged very easily by their exposure to sunlight. The inventor Knut Karlsen recently developed the SunCat batteries that are wrapped in flexible photovoltaic panels and will slowly recharge when left to bask in the sun.

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