GE has unveiled its Durathon sodium battery, which should allow for improved performance and range in zero-emission buses
Besides clean-fuel buses, Durathon can be applied to the telecommunications and utility sectors
General Electric’s research team has unveiled its new Durathon battery, which the company says makes it cheaper to power buses using clean energy. It is used in tandem with a lithium battery and a hydrogen fuel cell, a combination that the researchers say makes it possible for the vehicle to achieve full performance with a much smaller fuel cell than previously possible.
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