Having a double factor price is is the scam. A CPI rise sounds fine enough, but the additional 3.9% confuses everyone and turns it into a bonus rise scam.
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According to the Wiki EE are now fuelpositive.com having switched to green Ammonia from 700w/h kg solid battery cells.
In their reason to invest they say 'Once we have completed the full validation in our facility, we will have two third-parties – a university and an accredited lab – conduct independent validations before the system will be moved to the farm.'
Something different, yet a similar story. Maybe.
Assuming different products I imagine the technology is near identical.
At 500wh the Amprius quote C/10 for both discharge and charge and a lifespan of 200 to 1200 cycles.
In full solid state lifespan is the major problem so these will be problematic too.
However, in micromobility they look great, especially if fully safe too. 250 watt EU ebikes would certainly benefit from a 2.5kw/h pack weighing the same as a current 750 watt pack.
About a year ago I investigated as to why Reach were heavily invested in DWP marketing like articles.
Not being able to pinpoint the same trait down to ine person I deduced they were very low paid and on piece work.
Maybe it was always a chatbot like device.
With media far right, initially I suspected it was done in league with government. In a way it is.
The Express is another chatbot like place.
As already said here, Hydrogen is a fuel that can be used to store energy. And ever increasingly this is becoming green energy from wind and solar.
Mixing with gas simply continues the trend for global warming. Hydrogen production can use 100% of the excess from solar and wind giving the UK the potential for 100% hydrogen, solar and wind green energy.
In the meantime, we, the UK banned ultra cheap onshore and have agreed to financially cover the cost overrun for Sizewell C. Even before any cost overrun, onshore wind is many times cheaper than nuclear energy.
And why was onshore wind banned? It dates back 9 years or so when 2nd home owners were worried about their 2nd homes being devalued by nearby wind farms.
The 9 year old LG G2 is still good enough to be used today. Knowing that disposable smartphones guaranteed future sales, only the G2 in its home market had a removable battery.
Yet, ignoring power games, my only need is for a folding smartphone that can double up as a tablet.
However, current pricing makes even this aspiration something for the future.