Purdue University researchers say a new type of electric-vehicle power using refillable technology could provide enough energy to run a car for about 3,000 miles (4,800 km). The technology uses a novel type of “flow” battery that is being successfully tested in golf carts and industrial vehicles such as forklifts. John Cushman, a professor of earth, atmospheric and planetary sciences and a professor of mathematics at the Indiana university, says the jump the technology has made ...

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