Stanford renewable energy research spurred by copper

Posted on December 05, 2011 by Minerals Make Life

Researchers at Stanford University are utilizing a copper compound in their quest to answer one of the most challenging questions in the development of advanced energy technologies: how can power be stored for use when the wind doesn’t blow or the skies are overcast?

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