Battery cathode made of waste byproducts from paper industry promises sustainable energy storage

Thursday, March 22, 2012 - 13:00 in Physics & Chemistry

A breakthrough for inexpensive electricity from solar cells, and a massive investment in wind power, will mean a need to store energy in an intelligent way. According to research at Linköping University (Sweden), published in Science, batteries of biological waste products from pulp mills could provide the solution.

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