September 24, 2012

E.ON and University combine to develop 'super batteries'

The University of Nottingham is working with E.ON to develop a next generation ‘super battery’ which will enable households and businesses to benefit from clean, cheap and powerful energy storage.

The contract with the University to develop the new energy storage device (known as a supercapattery) is one of three research projects amounting to a total of £1 million that E.ON is sponsoring, which aim to improve energy storage technologies and energy efficiencies for businesses and households.