3D Printed Electrodes Could Make Lithium Batteries Cheaper
Now that additive manufacturing (AM) is being applied to an increasing number of energy applications, the technology has truly begun demonstrating the potential for revolutionizing the efficiency of power generation….
LLNL’s 3D Printed Electrodes Could Convert CO2 to Renewable Energy
Scientists and engineers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) are now 3D printing flow-through electrodes (FTEs), which are critical components in electrochemical reactors. Electrochemical reactors can convert carbon dioxide into…