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The Outlook for Battery Technologies

Mar 20 2018
Now more than ever battery technologies are being studied and written about.  This are very interesting articles.  We hope you find them of interest as we do.

There is the potential for 48V batteries to meet the needs of short term storage utilizing the Electriplast plate.

More news from PolyOne is good news for Integral!

Mar 16 2018
We found these articles to be of interest, we hope you do too.

Shortage of Lithium Batteries in the Future?

Mar 14 2018
In previous posts we discussed the potential future shortage of Lithium batteries will most likely not be attributable to a shortage of lithium, but of the integral component to lithium batteries, Cobalt.

When the big boys begin to sweat, everyone best stock up on deodorant.
Bi-Polar batteries will never compete with Lithium batteries; two different applications.  There are plenty of sources of materials for Bi-Polar batteries, and there will always be applications that they will serve better than Lithium batteries.

With the source of 70% of the world supply of Cobalt controlled by China(ie; The Republic of the Congo in central Africa), there is a global scramble to lock in future supplies of the material.  The world is racing toward Lithium, but without Cobalt it's like having a sandwich with nothing between the slices of bread.

We found this article of interest, we hope you do too.

Austrailia To Ban Fuel Driven Automobiles

Mar 13 2018
In a continuation of previous articles, Australia is moving to ban the sale of petrol and diesel powered automobiles by 2030.  We hope you find this of interest.

PolyOne Announces Deal with Integral

Feb 27 2018
What a pleasure to have a company that thinks enough of doing a deal with us to put out press under their name.

Avon Lake, OH

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