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Batteries

Researchers at ORNL report they have created a thin film 3D electrolyte for solid state lithium metal batteries.

Clean Power

Until now, the US hydropower fleet has never been fully documented, but a new report conducted by the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge...

Clean Power

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s microgrid project, the “Complete System-Level Efficient and Interoperable Solution for Microgrid Integrated Controls (CSEISMIC)” — which aims to (as the...

Cars

Germany, Europe’s largest auto market, saw plugin electric vehicle market share of 28.7% in September 2021, up almost 2x year-on-year. Full electrics alone took...

Clean Power

“The research could prove indispensable for future information and computing technologies,” added Ok, a former ORNL postdoctoral fellow.

Fossil Fuels

Industrial Chemicals used on vehicles While highly regulated, both processes use large quantities of hazardous compounds with known environmental and health risks.

Agriculture

Originally published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. By Researcher: Colleen M Iversen New data hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory is helping scientists around the...

Clean Transport

The move aims to drastically increase the rate at which charge points are being built so the UK can hit its 2030 target for...

Clean Transport

Originally published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has licensed its wireless charging technology for electric vehicles...

Cars

We may have experienced peak fossil car sales in the USA, and the peak year wasn’t even very recently. It appears that the year...

Batteries

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory developed a robotic disassembly system for used electric vehicle batteries to make the process safer, more efficient and...

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