Nacho Lotitto September 29, 2011 06:47 PM Please God let this be real... the planet needs it. D-Shift September 29, 2011 06:52 PM Why post claims like that without releasing some more data, its meaningless! Still, I hope its true, lithium ion sucks. Dana Lawton September 29, 2011 07:54 PM Interesting... if the story were out of China, Korea even Japan I might doubt it... but the Government of Singapore does not look kindly on companies that might sully Singapore\'s reputation. That said... I\'ve seen about 20 new promising battery technologies in the last couple of years and so far... nothing. Come on... we need a much better battery now. John Hogan September 29, 2011 08:41 PM Cautiously excited. If its viable, its still 10 years away. Todd Dunning September 29, 2011 08:42 PM Why do we always read great stories about new battery tech but the researchers seem to fail to license the technology out? TankThinker September 29, 2011 09:20 PM Until there is a prototype that has been verified by a respected third-party lab like NREL take all claims with a grain of salt. Most of the wild claims and inventions you read about are a call for research dollars. The devil is in the details and most technologies fail well before the scale-up to mass production (which also weeds out a massive percentage of candidates). Many start-ups are simply scams with no intention of bringing anything to market.For battery lovers, remember EEstor - the super capacitor that never even delivered a prototype yet managed to keep the industry and investors interested for almost a decade. jimbo92107 September 30, 2011 12:05 AM Have to agree with the skeptics on this one. How many whizzbang new battery technologies have we heard about over the past couple years, ten? Twenty?Last I looked, not a single new battery tech has hit the shelves since NiMH. The new ferrous Lion batteries are just a slight mod of the existing stuff. Mountains of used throwaway batteries are littering landfills (or getting burned into the atmosphere), and rechargables still have pathetically small capacity, even the expensive lithiums.Singapore, if you\'ve got something good, bring it. World needs saving, homes. Eduardo RG September 30, 2011 12:41 AM I think that I hear about 10 new designs of batteries every month that at least double the capacity, 10 times cheaper to build than Li-Ion batteries. After three years of this. I just simply donÂ´t believe in them. Scion September 30, 2011 02:14 AM The problem with these sorts of things is the technology is usually just a series of mathematical equations that result in the given numbers. If there is an actual working prototype it usually only works under very particular lab conditions like temperature and humidity etc... Then when someone tries to commercialise it they find the battery won\'t work in normal temperature ranges eg: -10 - 50 centigrade or won\'t scale up beyond something the size of your fingernail. I\'m constantly reading about some new energy tech that will mean solar power will cost half coal power and be so easy to make you can do it at home etc... never happens. Call me jaded but theoretical energy storage isn\'t much good. Kent Beuchert September 30, 2011 02:52 AM If these folks are talking commercialization already, then the damn thing must work and not require any further development. I bet on nano science a while back as the most likely venue for a breakthru.