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Electrochemistry and Electric Grid > Grid Storage

Safe, Inexpensive and Very High-Power Batteries for Use to Reduce Short-Term Transients on the Electric Grid

Start Date: September 2011

Investigators

Robert Huggins, Department of Materials Science and Engineering; and Yi Cui, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and of Photon Science (SLAC), Stanford University

Annual Reports

Publications

  • Wang, R.Y.; Shyam, B.; Stone, K.H.; Weker, J.N.; Pasta, M.; Lee, H.-W; Toney, M.F.; Cui, Y. Reversible multivalent (monovalent, divalent, trivalent) ion insertion in open framework materials, Advanced Energy Materials (2015).
  • H. Lev-Ari, A.M. Stankovic, “A Sparse Sampling Approach to Dynamic Sub-Cycle Decomposition of Apparent Power in General Polyphase Networks”, Przeglad Elektrotechniczny, Poland, Vol. 91, No. 6, pp. 18-24, June 2015.
  • Pasta, M. et al. Full open-framework batteries for stationary energy storage. Nat. Commun. 5, 3007 (2014).
  • Gong, M., Y. G. Li, H. B. Zhang, Y. Y. Liang, H. L. Wang, B. Zhang, J. Feng, J. and H. J. Dai. “Layered double hydroxide-carbon nanotube complex for ultrafast NiZn battery with.” In preparation.
  • “Wang, R. Y., Wessells, C. D., Huggins, R. A. & Cui, Y. Highly reversible open framework nanoscale electrodes for divalent ion batteries. Nano Lett. 13, 5748–52 (2013).”

Updated July 2015