Battery technology

Battery technology refers to the science and engineering of designing, developing, and manufacturing devices that can store electrical energy in chemical form and convert it back into electricity when required. Batteries are extensively used in various applications, including mobile devices, electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, and many others.

There are several types of batteries accessible, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most prevalent battery technologies include: Lead-acid batteries, Nickel-cadmium batteries, Lithium-ion batteries, Sodium-ion batteries, Solid-state batteries.

Battery technology is a quickly evolving field, and new advancements are constantly being made to improve the performance, safety, and cost of batteries. The choice of battery technology relies on the particular application and the trade-offs between energy density, cycle life, cost, and safety.