There are some energy storage sagas that never seem to end; take the A123 debacle, for instance. Another that popped back into the news is EESTor’s ongoing quest for the energy storage solution to rule them all. Like Tyler Hamilton, who wrote this excellent article on the whole story to date, we noticed a press release from the Texan company last week.
Like him, too, we have no idea if EEStor’s amazing claims that it has tripled its original energy density target, reaching 1,000 watt-hours per kilogram, could be true or not. And like him, we are keeping our fingers crossed.