It’s hard to believe there were no power stations once, in early days of electricity and battery science. You see, electricity was still a mystery back then.
Electrical engineers come up with amazing ways to explain things to the rest of us. When Elektrek announced batteries are eating up 0.3% of the duck curve in California we had to know more.
Today we are going to show you electrical resistance in action. This is a neat demonstrator for science class.
Five weeks after Hurricane Maria struck, the Caribbean Island is still almost entirely without electricity.
Did you ever wonder how a battery lights a torch bulb, starts an auto or fires up a laptop? The secret is in the chemistry. So let’s get going right away
Batteries have radically changed human culture, and the way we behave several times. The original technology emerged in the 19th Century.
So here’s the thing, we do not normally like repeating posts. We’d like every article to be unique and to add fresh knowledge to our understanding of the world of batteries.
Nikola Tesla proved that wireless power is more than a dream in 1891. By 1894, he had incandescent lamps burning in his laboratory
Lithium batteries are still the best choice for small devices, but they have their limitations. Batteries degrade from the moment we first use them.
In 1963, a visionary named Bob Dylan sang how the future was blowing in the wind. His protest was over human greed and lack of caring.