Nanowerk News reported that researchers at North Carolina State University have managed to reate a new flexible nano-scaffold for rechargeable lithium ion batteries. Through this new technology, batteries found in cellphones or electric vehicles could potentially have a longer charge life.
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Phys.org reported that calculations made by Rice University showed that a graphene-boron anode should be able to hold a lot of lithium and perform at a proper voltage for use in lithium-ion batteries.
Roskill provided analysis on the future of the lithium market. The company determined that rechargeable batteries accounted for 27 percent of global lithium consumption in 2012. The end use of batteries was responsible for 44 percent of the net increase in lithium consumption over the lat ten years and 70 percent over the last five.
Businessweek reported that the state of Wyoming is taking time to decide how best to handle its new large lithium discovery.
Bloomberg reported that Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker said Boeing Co is very close to getting approval from the US FAA for a fix to its 787 Dreamliner batteries.
Mining Weekly reported that Galaxy Resources has delivered a JORC-compliant 1.1 million tons of lithium carbonate at its Argentina project.
Bloomberg reported that United Continental Holdings Inc expects to resume flights for its 787 Dreamliner fleet earlier as it prepares a May 31 flight between Houston and Denver.
Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co. final test flight for its grounded 787 Dreamliner will set the stage for the regulatory review of the lithium battery upgrades.
Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co has sent its engineers to Japan to prepare for the 787 battery upgrades, as they await the U.S. FAA approval of its proposed fix.
Mining Weekly reported that the evaluations and tests conducted for the process water discharge at Canada Lithium’s TMF confirmed that the metal levels are within acceptable levels.