World’s 1st rechargeable proton battery made, has no lithium

In a move towards environment-friendly energy storage, Australia-based researchers have created the world’s first rechargeable proton battery, which uses carbon and water instead of lithium. Researchers hope the small-scale prototype with zero carbon emissions could be made commercially available within 5-10 years to compete with existing lithium-ion batteries including those of Tesla.
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