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This company thinks wood pulp could be the future of EV batteries

Japanese Nippon Paper Industries Co. is examining how to replace EV lithium-ion batteries by using… trees, reports Bloomberg. The company wants to create supercapacitors that will use cellulose nanofibers, which are produced from wood-derived pulp, and refined to the size of hundredths of a micron or smaller.  As per Nippon Paper, such supercapacitors could potentially store and release energy with better performance and smaller environmental impact, compared to existing batteries. Well, on the one hand it’s true that supercapacitors have been already considered as a viable alternative to lithium-ion batteries. They have a higher power density, which means they can release…This story continues at The Next Web

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A brand-tech entrepreneur, specialised in launching businesses within regulated industries. Haider Alleg dedicated his career to place ideas into commercial orbit by blending marketing & sales strategies together with new technologies & channels.

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