Liquid Metal Batteries

It Can Make Solar Work At Night!

Written by Green Chip Stocks
Posted March 29, 2012

MIT professor Donald Sadoway has invented a new liquid metal battery that could one day allow solar to work at night. It's a fascinating discovery, and one that could enable renewable energy to be the most cost-competitive form of power generation available.

Check out his recent TED presentation below. . .

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