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Rob Spiegel
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A simple solution
Rob Spiegel   4/24/2013 8:42:33 AM
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Interesting story Elizabeth. Quick charging would certainly make EVs more attractive. Likewise with many, many products. It will be surprising if there is a simple, inexpensive solution to this. Quite an advance.

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Better energy storage technologies
Mydesign   4/25/2013 2:03:54 AM
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Elizabeth interesting article. I think development of such technologies may pave the way for technological and applications development, especially for energy storage systems and electric vehicles.

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Re: A simple solution
tekochip   4/25/2013 8:31:38 AM
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I had seen video of this earlier, simply a brilliant method method for developing their prototypes.


Elizabeth M
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Re: A simple solution
Elizabeth M   4/30/2013 6:54:12 AM
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It really is quite innovative, isn't it? The video shows the true impact of the work.



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