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IDTechEx: Supercapacitors To Steal Lithium-Ion Battery Market Share

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lensman Jul 10. 11 Replies

[Quoting from the article at InsideEVs:]Market research company IDTechEx recently presented a brave thesis that “Supercapacitors can destroy the lithium-ion battery market“. Such statement was issued…Continue

Tags: energy, density, graphene, li-ion, batteries

Inconvenient Facts for Anti-Nuclear Hysteria Apologists

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lensman Apr 26. 22 Replies

To recap the debate thus far:AD2 posted a link to a hysterical, fear-mongering article which claimed (wrongly) that despite government testing, there are dangerous levels of radioactive materials in…Continue

Isentropic, Ltd. Pumped Heat Energy Storage (PHES)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lensman Apr 2. 13 Replies

Continuing the discussion from another thread...JCatania said:Lensman, the CC [Combined Cycle power plant] record is not of interest. Then why did you bring up the subject?I'm well aware of the…Continue

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Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Fusion News
"This isn't just theory, and I don't think it's just a computer simulation. This is not something that the Skunk Works just started work on. There is a PopSci article from Feb 2013 which states the Skunk Works was already…"
58 minutes ago
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Tesla News
"Panasonic Energy Corporation Established For Battery Production At Tesla GigafactoryObviously this was something to be expected, but it's nice to see things progressing as planned regarding the GigaFactory."
19 hours ago
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
" Funny you don't apply that same criteria to Rossi's regurgitation of the same claims every six months or so. "
yesterday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Fusion News
"That's the way I see it, too. I don't think the Skunk Works is in the habit of announcing breakthroughs which turn out to be vaporware. Of course, I'm willing to be persuaded I'm wrong on that point if someone can provide…"
yesterday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Fusion News
"I expect the "Skunk Works" announcement will be the end of ITER funding, or at least that any funding not already allocated will taper off sharply. In fact, I expect to see a lot of the current funding for ITER redirected toward trying to…"
yesterday
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"And it does make a difference to you? Have you never been to a magic show? Does an audience of 100 or 1000 make it any harder for the magician to fool the audience than an audience of only 10? And what about Clever Hans? Did that horse have any…"
Friday
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"I don't think it's so much that Parallel Rails would direct a team to keep exploring dead ends. It's that Rails believes that we should ignore evidence that something doesn't work. He'd just direct them to keep trying the…"
Friday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Battery News
"At the risk of being cynical, have we ever seen a report of a battery breakthru, since TheEEStory was created, that was not premature? I don't think so. I got excited about the claims of German battery maker DBM, for their "Kolibri"…"
Thursday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Fusion News
"Thanks VERY much, WOD! From the description, talking about uses in powering aircraft carriers and even "nuclear planes", I guess they don't think the initial generation of practical fusors will be able to provide electricity at…"
Thursday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Graphene News
"So, what's the difference-- in commercial usefulness, not atomic structure-- between buckyballs and tiny bits of graphene in powder form? Can graphene powder be usefully used to coat battery electrodes to enormously increase the surface area,…"
Thursday
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"I haven't been paying that much attention. What kind of cycle is Rossi on; is it about 6 months between "demos" and six months between claims that he has an actual commercial E-Cat for sale? It would be fascinating to see an…"
Wednesday
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Graphene News
"If this is true, if this is not just another wide-eyed "Gosh wow!" article from a reporter who knows nothing about the difficulties involved... Then I think this will be the most important news -ever- reported on TheEEStory forum, in…"
Oct 12
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"Now remind me, just what happened after the last time Rossi made the exact same claim? (^_^) If the last claim had lead to anything real, then he would already be selling E-Cats, and there wouldn't be any need to do any more demos or make any…"
Oct 12
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Electric Car News
"Glad to see that auto makers other than just Tesla Motors are starting to "talk the talk". Now let's see if they walk the walk."
Oct 12
Lensman replied to DGDanforth's discussion Tesla News
"Tesla Unveils The D At Event In Los Angeles According to reports there will be three versions of the Model S "D", so I suppose those will be the P85D, the 85D and the 60D. Nice that they're offering the options even on the less…"
Oct 10
Lensman replied to Futureman's discussion LENR or "Cold Fusion" Thread
"So... the argument is that this can't possibly be a scam, because no perpetual motion scam has ever fooled real scientists, nor wealthy investors. The only thing this "proves" is that whoever wrote it is abysmally ignorant of the…"
Oct 9

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At 12:52am on April 03, 2012, Bretspot gave Lensman a gift
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At 10:27pm on June 13, 2012, DowntoEEarth said…

Lens, I have been hitting gas stations for 50 years.  They were there, they were dependable, and they were reasonably cheap for the fuel and service they provided.  I am all for the change to EV's, which will take time and cost me about $700 to set up a 220v plug/charging station in my garage. 

I could never complain about the job the oil industry has done to improve the growth and opportunity to get ahead in this USA.  In essence drilling is mining and is fairly labor intensive providing jobs for all sorts of support and technical industries not to mention the high paying jobs to refine and process petroleum into finished products.  They may have been forced to clean their act up, but they have done so and should continue, but to brush aside a great industry that has made this country great is hogwash.  You protest too much about things that will surely change in time without your or anyone's pushing. Canada and the US owe many of the best jobs still available to the oil and chemical industry.  I hope so, but I am not so confident the EESU will provide the number of jobs we need for some time.  To be cost effective, the EESU will likely be built with considerable automation, which does not put people to work.  I assume the jobs will come from the new products that will be made using this device.  Let us hope so anyway.  Then DW can truly save future generations of our young folks, provide manufacturing jobs and save the USA. 

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