Researchers from the University of Sydney say they have developed a new type of sodium-sulphur battery which they boast offers “super-high capacity and ultra-long life”, and which will be much cheaper than traditional batteries.
Sodium-sulphur batteries are not new, having been around for several decades, but they have been a significantly inferior alternative to traditional lithium-ion batteries – such as those pictured above at the Victoria Big Battery – due to low energy capacity and short life cycles.
Neoen's Victorian big Battery. (Supplied).
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