Breathing new life into waste batteries

Madeleine Cuff
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Carlton Cummins (pictured) and his cofounder Amrit Chandan have developed a new way to repower old batteries
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Carlton Cummins (pictured) and his cofounder Amrit Chandan have developed a new way to repower old batteries

Clean + Cool 2017 Mission alumni Aceleron is collecting old lithium batteries from cars and laptops and reprocessing them to deliver low cost energy storage capacity

The world is going crazy for battery power right now. For many industries, from the energy sector and automotives to shipping and buildings, battery storage represents one of the best hopes for delivering...

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