Volvo Invests In Israeli Fast-Charging Battery Tech Firm StoreDot
By working with Volvo, StoreDot aims to accelerate the time to market for its technology and it targets mass production by 2024.
April 19, 2022
Israeli Company Builds Giant Battery To Improve Power Grids
When it comes to power grids, a major issue is the differences in consumption in different times. The solution could come in the form of giant batteries, storing energy during off-peak hours – and releasing them when necessary.
June 05, 2013
Electric Cars Can Run 1,000 Miles On Phinergy’s Batteries
Two major downsides to electric cars are short travel distances and long charging times. Israeli company Phinergy is trying to solve this problem by using recyclable 1,000-mile batteries.
April 09, 2013
Israel’s Secret Project: Super-Battery To Reduce World’s Oil Thirst
A NIS 45 million budget for the next four years, four Israeli universities, 100 researchers and 12 teams: this is all part of a national mission is to reduce the world’s dependency on oil by developing a super-battery that can last for over a decade.
May 20, 2012
Snails And Cockroaches Turned Into Living Batteries!
Researchers found a way to implant snails with biofuel cells that can produce enough electricity to power small circuits. These cyborg snails might possibly be used for military purposes, as living sensors or detectors.
March 18, 2012
Israeli Technology Develops Cheaper, Greener Battery
Israeli start-up Sol-Chip develops disposable, solar-powered batteries designed for specific products and are being integrated as part of the device. It's a green, low-cost solution that takes the burden off managers, and puts it on the sun, which is “responsible” for powering and recharging the batteries that make these devices work.
November 11, 2011
Israeli University Gets 5M$ To Develop “Eternal Shelf Time” Battery
“Silicon-Air Battery” is the name given to the new kind of environmentally friendly battery. The grant will be used to build an array of energy storage solutions and developing durable, expendable batteries.
February 10, 2011
New Israeli battery provides thousands of hours of power
A new kind of portable electrochemical battery that can produce thousands of hours of power - and soon replace the expensive regular or rechargeable batteries in hearing aids and sensors and eventually in cellphones, laptop computers and even electric cars - has been developed at Israel Institute of Technology.
October 19, 2010