China Daily covers an event hosted by the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Center on the super-battery:

China and the United States should cooperate to develop a “super-battery”, a kind of clean energy that contains vast electric capacity, according to energy experts meeting in Washington.

“We are living in a more and more transparent world economy, even with the competition,” said Jeffrey Chamberlain, executive director of the Joint Center for Energy Storage research at the Argonne National Laboratory, at the Atlantic Council on Monday. “There is room to collaborate in scientific research with other scientists all over the world.”

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