New battery technology headed for EV market

Danish R&D company Nerve Smart Systems plans to, alongside partners like utility OK, introduce its battery technology for charging electric vehicles using large, stationary batteries.

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A new, patented battery technology developed by Danish company Nerve Smart Systems could, in about a year's time, become part of the commercial market for charging electric vehicles with players like utility OK as partners.

Under the project name Topcharge, charging stations, which all currently get their power directly from the grid, will instead get their energy from container-sized, stationary batteries placed next to the stations. These batteries will be connected to the power grid but can be programmed to charge when power is plentiful, cheap and green.

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