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Is There Enough Lithium to Feed the Need for Batteries?

Since the release of the first commercial lithium ion battery (LIB) in 1991, this technology has expanded at a rapid rate. So rapid, in fact, that concerns are beginning to be raised about a state of “peak lithium” beyond which we won’t have enough to fuel our bottomless thirst for electronics. But is peak lithium a real concern? Or just…

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Azores Wind-Solar-Battery Storage System to Reduce Environmental Impacts 43 Percent

Gracioa Island’s pioneering hybrid renewable energy microgrid is enhancing the reliability, resiliency and overall, long-term costs of electricity generation and distribution.

Environmental News Wrap: Fracking, Better Batteries, Carbon Absorbing Foam, and more…

GlobalWarmingisReal contributor Anders Hellum-Alexander wraps-up the climate and environmental news headlines for the past week: Fracking is a term used to describe a process that aids in the extraction of natural gas. The chemicals used for this process are under scrutiny now with the US Environmental Protection Agency getting involved. The natural gas industry claims that these chemicals are no…

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