Category Archives: Battery Innovations

2013 Vacation Notes

By Hugh Abner [48 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] I am in an area composed around an outdoor theme but it is rainy, windy and cool. I am not complaining for it has given me an opportunity to read some of those back page articles which generally...
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IPAT Revisited

By Hugh Abner [48 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] Back in June I revealed my interest in a certain book which I was reading; THE INFINITE RESOURCE, by Ramez Naam. The book prepares the reader in the first parts to have a fundamental understanding of the growth...
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IPAT

By Hugh Abner [48 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] Quickly let me identify the source of my interest for this subject. Yes, it is a book I am reading. In fact I have not even finished it but my excitement is so great that I cannot wait...
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Batteries! What future?

By Hugh Abner [46 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] The most prominent energy researcher of our times has said, “Batteries used for electrical vehicles will have to be standardized.” ————— Okay, come on now ————- stop laughing. Seriously! Cut it out. We have things we need to...
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Subsurface Area

By Hugh Abner [44 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] Some of us that mostly have dwelled in our battery world by melting Pb and making mud do not normally stop and consider the importance of the surface area. It is an accepted fact to us when we...
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All This With Only 20%

By Hugh Abner [44 Years and Counting Manufacturing Batteries and Battery Machinery] There is an article this week in The Economist. I will not debate it here or try to improve on it. I do want you to know about it though because if your life is in our Pb-Acid...
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