Lithium Ion News
Earlier this year, the government had announced a Rs 10,000 crore budget for EV adoption.
India signs MoU to start manufacturing its own lithium-ion batteries, expected to give a boost to the National Electric Mobility Mission
According to the Science and Technology Ministry statement, this memorandum of understanding is the first of its kind for the country.
Nanodiamonds in lithium batteries can prevent short circuits and fires in smartphones and laptops: Study
The new process can turn electrolyte solution into a safeguard against the chemical process that leads to battery-related disasters.
Stanford researchers have developed a new method for identifying lithium deposits, which promises to diversify the available sources of the metal.
Tesla Inc has won an Australian contract to install the world's biggest grid-scale battery.
Consumer electronics are getting prone to explosions as Lithium ion batteries are pushed to the limits
Manufacturers aiming for more battery life, smaller devices and faster charging tend to cut corners when it comes to safety precautions.
A woman suffered burns to her face and hands after her headphones caught fire during a flight to Australia, officials said Wednesday as they warned about the dangers of battery-operated devices on planes.
Nasa is working on the next generation of solid state batteries for spacecraft, that could replace the currently bulky batteries.
HP has ordered a recall for about 1,01,000 lithium-ion laptop batteries from consumers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The battery was used in HP ProBook, HP ENVY, Compaq Presario and HP Pavilion notebooks which were sold between March 2013 to October 2016.
According to a recent study average electric-car battery costs declined every year between 2010 and 2015 with the biggest drop seen between 2014 and 2015 which was around 35 percent.
Apple Inc's new wireless headphones could be a problem for recyclers, according to an electronics firm that took apart the device to review its component parts.
This is a last ditch drastic measure to protect those consumers who have held on to the device despite the danger of the exploding batteries.
According to Instrumental.ai, Samsung actually compromised on safety in the race to make the phone as slim as possible.
The China Consumer Association has asked Apple to step up efforts to replace problematic iPhone models, particularly on the iPhone 6s smartphones.
Inexpensive and energy-efficient lithium-ion batteries from fossilised remains of single-celled algae called diatoms can soon power electric vehicles, a team of researcher has found.
Not just catching up fire or exploding as you sleep next to them, dozens of dangerous gases are being produced by the batteries found in billions of consumer devices like smartphones and tablets, scientists have warned.
Lithium-based batteries have been powering our portable devices for 25 years. But consumer demand for smaller, longer lasting devices is forcing manufacturers to push the technology
Researchers have now developed a type of lithium-ion battery that, consists entirely of solid chemical compounds and is non-flammable.
In a step towards self-reliance to meet defence requirements and to cut the dependence on imports, especially from China, India is all set to produce its first lithium ion (Li-ion) battery.