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Researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have apparently come up with an eco-friendly & operationally proficient proton-driven battery model. Through this invention, RMIT is certain that it has made a commendable contribution toward clean & green environment.
Reportedly, RMIT researchers have published a paper in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, which states that the new battery with carbon-based electrode will help toward electric power storage and accomplishing the global zero GHG emissions initiative. According to the leading researcher, Prof. John Andrews, the new product has the enormous potential of fulfilling the global energy storage demand. He further added that batteries driven by protons are likely to be more cost-effective as compared to the lithium-ion powered batteries, which are manufactured from rapidly depleting resources.
Experts believe that carbon, which finds application in the proton battery, is abundantly available as compared to metal hydrogen-storage alloy and lithium. As per observations, the proton-powered battery can apparently store more energy per unit mass over its lithium powered counterparts. Scientists who developed the new kind of energy efficient battery, have announced that their innovative & cost-effective product will help in fulfilling the future energy requirements without adversely impacting the environment.