Clean Technica – US Army Suddenly Obsessed With Liquefied Gas Electrolytes For Portable Energy Storage Systems

The US Army is taking a keen interest in new liquefied gas electrolytes for high powered, non-flammable energy storage systems that hold up under pressure in the field (photo courtesy of US Army).

The geared-up US Army soldier of the 21st century packs about 25 pounds of batteries on a typical mission, so it’s no surprise that the Army continually obsesses over improving its energy storage resources. In the latest twist, the Army is giving lithium-ion batteries another chance, only this time with a new liquefied gas electrolyte.

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