Achtung, fertig, los! Volkswagon Jumps into the EV Battery Wars

Achtung, fertig, los! Volkswagon Jumps into the EV Battery Wars

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer Volkswagon, the world’s second-largest car company by sales announced this week that it would take aim at reducing the cost of eclectic vehicle batteries. According to the Verge, Volkswagon aims to: Reduce the costs of producing its batteries by up to 50%. Build multiple battery factories around the world. […]

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Good sign for renewable energy: storage batteries continue to tumble in price

Good sign for renewable energy: storage batteries continue to tumble in price

Opponents of renewable energy often cite that solar and wind energy are intermittent and therefore unreliable when the sun isn’t shining or the wind isn’t blowing. Battery storage of renewable resources, however, can make renewable energy incredibly competitive both on a utility and residential scale and new data is backing that up. According to a […]

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