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Duke Energy Academy : Rechargeable Batteries

Provides guide to government energy policy information resources for high school students participating in the Duke Energy Academy June 22-28, 2014.

Rechargeable & Betavoltaic Batteries

Many government agencies produce information about batteries including rechargeable and other  batteries.   Examples include:

Advancement of Tritium Powered Betavoltaic Battery Systems (2014 Energy Dept. Report)

Overview of Tritium Betavoltaic Power Micro Sensors (2015 for Energy Dept.)

Proceedings of Aug. 24-27, 2015 Cincinnati conference sponsored by National Defense Industrial Association covering military applications of batteries.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Batteries (Sustainable Materials Management)

Consumer Product Safety Commission Batteries

What is a Battery? (Courtesy:  Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)

All-Solid State Lithium Ion Battery (Courtesy:  DOE's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-E)

Advanced Battery Management for Hybrid Vehicles (Courtesy:   ARPA-E)

Battery Chargers (Courtesy:  DOE Energy Star Program)

Vehicle Battery Safety Roadmap Guidance (Courtesy: DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Batteries and Energy Storage:  Federal Initiatives Supported Similar Technologies and Goals but Had Key Differences (August 2012 GAO Report)

Tesla's Home Battery:  An Electronic Storage Breakthrough? (May 4, 2015 CRS Report)

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Bert Chapman
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