Battery chemistry is heat sensitive. Auto starter batteries are more likely to let us down on chilly mornings. Lithium batteries self-discharge faster in higher ambient temperatures.
Graphene batteries are everywhere lately. They are even getting the title of the ‘batteries of the future’ and we’re here to fill you in on the magic behind the Graphene battery phenomenon. What Are They? Graphene batteries offer improved performance over traditional batteries because of the way they are bonded together. They’re composed of carbon […]
Evannex has been pondering about Tesla’s predictions for their Semi and Roadster vehicles under development. They have a stake in their success
Elon Musk’s 100-megawatt battery is not just for storage. Functionally speaking, the ‘Hornsdale Power Reserve’ as it’s called is actually two batteries in one!
Staying ahead in a marathon is a challenge, as any long-distance runner will tell you. You set the pace, but you have to look forward and backwards too
Technology is a fast-moving thing. One moment, we are convinced Tesla is streets ahead of all other electric vehicles. The next moment
Australia enjoys the dubious reputation of being the world’s fourth-highest coal exporter. This non-renewable fossil bonanza also allows the nation to rely on large, centralized coal and natural gas power stations.
Loads of tech service providers promise to be there for us ‘as long as you have an internet connection.’ However, they seldom add, ‘and a phone battery with sufficient power.’
We may have understated matters when we suggested Fisker had sent Tesla a curved ball. Self-styled number-one-source-of-oil-and-energy-news Oil Price thought Tesla might not be able to return the pitch
A wise man once said the race is not always to the swift because tactics count. However, the winner walks off with the best spoils