by Martin LaMonica January 6, 2012
Modernizing 150-year-old battery technology may be one of the cheapest routes to hybrid autos
Axion Power International has a developed an advanced lead-acid battery it hopes will attract automakers and grid storage providers. The basic chemistry and components are the same, but the company has an activated carbon negative electrode, a change that leads to better performance over time, according to the company.
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